We at Kotak Mahindra Bank understand the complexities involved in international trade. In addition to minimizing risk, having the right tools to facilitate business is as important as producing quality goods.
Our Transaction Banking Group prides itself on this understanding of the markets, the intricate regulations that govern cross-border transactions, and offers a comprehensive range of services designed to cater to all your trade requirements. Our wide range of Import, Export, Domestic, Advisory & Risk Mitigation solutions are designed to be client-centric with cost-effectiveness built in at every stage.
FX Live is a web-based application, which allows you to buy and sell foreign currency for FX transactions with different maturities quickly, efficiently and securely.
Our range of import services are geared to efficiently help you maintain and grow your group of overseas suppliers via Kotak’s international presence as well as through arrangements with a number of foreign banks.
Import Letters of Credit
Exporting goods can be especially complicated due to lack of reliable information and resources. To facilitate seamless trade, our export products make the process hassle-free while minimizing risks to your business, so that your company can seize new business opportunities around the world.
LC Advising and Confirmation
Multi-currency Export Financing
Export Finance- Factoring Solutions
Collections, Negotiation & Discounting
Supply chain payments are key to any business. Our domestic services are designed to ease these transactions by minimizing your involvement, saving you valuable time and energy that you can focus on growing your business.
Purchase Order Financing for your suppliers
Receivables Purchase - with/without recourse
LC Bill Discounting
Bank Guarantees & LCs
Customized Advisory Services
On Ending Terrorism: a Progressive Approach
On Ending Terrorism
by Ted Glick
January 28, 2002
Since September 11th, the progressive movement has been on the defensive. But times are changing. The mushrooming Enron scandal; European criticism of the treatment of prisoners at Guantanamo; the U.S.'s inability to apprehend Bin Laden or Mullah Omar, either dead or alive; recession and rising unemployment; Cheney's refusal to release information about his energy task force: all of these developments have put the Bush oil- and-war-men on the defensive. It's time for us to come forward with a political counter-offensive, visible activism, outreach and outspokenness, through such activity as the April 20th demonstration in Washington, D