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Corporate Banking, Trade Finance

Enhance your trading status and achieve your domestic and international trade objectives with our Trade Solutions. By helping to mitigate risk and negotiate credit terms, our range of solutions can help you trade confidently and efficiently overseas.

Our Trade Solutions will help you mitigate risk, ensure payment security and maximise working capital

Through our network of offices around the world, we can support your trade needs in multiple markets

Our trade experts provide international expertise that you can access locally

Our solutions incorporate features that have been developed using our many years of experience in international trade

We understand that no two transactions are alike and therefore our solutions can help meet your specific needs

Through our global network, we can provide clients with a range of services. Our experienced, locally based Relationship Directors and Trade Specialists will work with you to understand your wider international needs and support access to the capabilities of Barclays, such as foreign exchange, risk management solutions and international payments.

The products referred to in this webpage are subject to separate terms and conditions.

How our Trade Solutions can support you

Improve your cashflow by receiving money due to you under a Letter of Credit.

Securely settle overseas trade by protecting yourself against payment default and trading risks.

Receive and make payments efficiently and securely for your exports and imports.

Improve your cashflow and your trading potential both in the UK and overseas.

Improve your cashflow by promptly paying your supplier for your purchases or imports.

International trade finance products and services to help mitigate the risks of international expansion while helping to maximise working capital.

From first-time overseas trades to established operations, we have the experience, capabilities and global operational services to meet your needs.

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by BushInJail

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The deck is stacked against the working class.
Real wages in decline for a generation.
Bankrupcy laws written by the credit card and banking industry.
"Free trade" laws undermining sovereignity here.
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I don't get it.

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by MeanPeopleSuck

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Total de-industrialization and corporate control!
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by alaneyes

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Opposes financial regulation
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Popular Q&A

Why trade finance is attractive to banks?

low risk,profitable,self liquidating and can cross sell

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the dollar bill in America went down Is the above name Corporation still in use ?

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