Structured Trade Finance solutions
Trade finance solutions for UK importers to pay suppliers
Legion Trade Finance provides structured trade finance solutions to UK SMEs with facilities of £100k to £2m. Such facilities are used by UK based importers to purchase goods from suppliers worldwide.
They can be payments direct to suppliers, letters of credit or loans, and typically last for 90 to 120 days, over the lifecycle of each trade or purchase. It is front end supplier financing and in this eternal era of credit crunch, there are many SMEs starved of capital who need such funding.
Legion Trade Finance has to date assisted many importers to pay many millions to suppliers and continues to grow as an independent niche lender. The business has offices in London, Manchester and Henley on Thames.
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Risk-free, ironically, in finance does not mean
That you cannot lose money.
For example, treasuries are considered "risk-free," but it's extremely easy to lose money on treasuries in both real and nominal terms.
Similarly, with a structured arbitrage bet, sure, things could get screwed up, but the transaction itself wouldn't have been entered into as an "arbitrage" opportunity unless there was an exploitable "risk-free" trade.
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