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In today's global economy, a company's ability to compete and grow internationally is crucial. Our International Department has been facilitating trade for our clients for more than a century. With an extensive network of correspondent banking relationships, we have the expertise and contacts to help our customers compete successfully around the world.

Services for Importers

We offer a broad range of trade services to help importers bring goods into the United States. Whether you are preparing your first transaction, or you are an experienced trader, our Trade Finance Group can answer all your questions and advise you on the best trade solutions. Services include the following:

Import Financing
Our Trade Finance Group collaborates with commercial lenders and business bankers to provide customized financial packages to meet our customers’ international requirements for a variety of credit facilities; including accounts receivable financing, access to credit provided by foreign governments, and the issuance of letters of credit.

Services for Exporters

As an exporter you must consider the credit risk of your foreign buyer because it is not always possible to receive cash in advance for your goods. If you are selling outside of the United States, there are several payment options available to limit your financial risk and improve your cash flow, including the following:

Export Financing

Whether you need financing before starting a manufacturing process or after you’ve made the sale, our Trade Finance Group can help find the funds you need to export successfully. We offer a host of short, medium and long term export financing programs through such federal agencies as the Export-Import Bank of the United States and the U.S. Small Business Administration, or private sector providers.

Foreign Direct Investment Assistance

With a strong network of professional firms and government agencies, we can provide unrivalled support to you in tackling the complex issues you face when investing beyond your home market. Let us help you be successful when you choose to invest in our market area.

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Popular Q&A

What are the effect of international finance on domestic trade?

What are the effect of international finance on domestic trade?

How to finance international service trade?

you might want to start smaller with domestic trade.

Who provided the capital to finance international trade?

A combination of businesses and governments finance international trade. Businesses use their money to pay for transportation, fuel, and other means of trading their goods. Governments finance trade through tariffs, taxes, and stimulus funds to keep businesses healthy enough to keep running. It takes both to keep trade among nations alive and viable.

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