As an exporter, you know global trade is the cornerstone of the world's evolving economy. You can benefit from HSBC's local knowledge and global experience as you navigate the unique cultural, social and economic conditions of today's international business climate.
With HSBC, you can pursue more control of your exports, improve cash flow and lower overseas risks. HSBC's trade specialists can also help you understand foreign regulatory challenges and better access emerging market risk, giving you the confidence you need to expand your business internationally.
Selling products globally can increase opportunities but the consequences can be unpredictable, especially in unfamiliar markets. With HSBC's Export Letter of Credit Solution, you benefit from greater visibility and control with access to a comprehensive suite of processing and payment services.
To win business domestically and worldwide, transactions will vary and be unique to your business. For example, you may be asked to provide security so that your bid will be honored, or to submit a performance guarantee, or to arrange for a security deposit on your office space. With HSBC's Standby Letter of Credit, you can meet these requests and benefit from improved cash flow management and reduced risk.
This is the solution for you if you need to:
HSBC trade professionals will assist you in identifying the correct Standby Letter of Credit for your transaction.
HSBCnet1, our robust online information and transaction portal, enables your organization to initiate and manage trade transactions for your global offices with access to real-time trade account information whenever you need it, from wherever you are. Use the reporting functionality to reconcile, plan or forecast your trade transactions by accessing data in customized or pre-defined report formats. HSBCnet helps you stay on top of your bottom line.
To learn more, contact your Relationship Manager or trade and supply chain specialist today. Also, read more about HSBCnet's trade and supply chain capabilities.
United States persons (including entities) may be subject to U.S. taxation on their worldwide income and may be subject to tax and other filing obligations with respect to their U.S. and non-U.S. accounts. U.S. persons and entities should consult a tax advisor for more information.
1 HSBCnet features and functionality may vary by country.
2 Customer service hours of operation are 6:00AM ET to 12:00AM ET.
Trade and Supply Chain transactions may be subject to credit approval. Other restrictions, including specific country regulations may apply. Foreign currency exchange rates may apply to certain trade transactions. Certain products and solutions may not be offered in every market.
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