Global Trade Finance Group
Mizuho Bank offers an extensive array of trade finance solutions to companies engaged in international trade. In the Americas, we have the expertise to help clients manage their trade counter party risk, monetize their trade receivables, and provide risk mitigation solutions for letters of credit as well as assisting clients in the issuance of letters of credit.
Mizuho Bank's Global Trade Finance solutions enable clients to trade goods and services under the best possible terms. We offer:
- Documentary letters of credit confirmation and discount
- Receivable finance
- Inventory finance
- Payment undertaking
- Pre-export/Pre-payment finance
- Export/Import finance
- Export Credit Agency ("ECA") finance
- Structured commodity finance
- Commodity finance
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What factors led to increased global trade from the 1200s to the 1500s?
The factors that encouraged global trade during the 1400s-1500s were that their ships had improved by making smaller boats and they went faster.Also, they started using triangular sails to change the wind current.Later on they discovered the compass.
What factors affect the stability of the global economy in free trade?
Free trade agreements and entities such as the North American Free Trade Agreement and the World Trade Organization have fueled the growth of this global economy.A stable price system that holds inflation to a minimum facilitates the kind of decision making that generates economic growth.