Business Banking

Going international

Import and Export Services

We help businesses to trade internationally, securely and cost effectively. We offer import and export businesses access to working capital, guarantees, global payments, trade finance and foreign exchange services, as well as providing assistance to help you make the most of opportunities abroad and get.

Key benefits1

  • Leverage the strength of our specialised lending experts for tailored trade-finance solutions
  • Gain control over exports, improve cashflow and manage risks effectively using our working capital and export finance facilities
  • Flexible financing options, fixed or variable repayments and a drawdown process on individual transactions to qualified importers
  • A dedicated corporate risk advisory team with treasury capabilities in over 60 countries2

Why HSBC

We offer a holistic approach to trade and supply chain finance. We enable you to effectively manage your international business through working capital, credit and loan facilities. You can rest assured that you’re making the right decision as your dedicated Relationship Manager will ensure you select the services best suited to your business.

With treasury capabilities in over 60 countries, HSBC provides the knowledge and experience to help you better understand foreign exchange and interest rate risks. We work with best-in-class partners to provide you with a range of business insurance policies that are right for your industry. And, of course your dedicated Relationship Manager will always be at hand to help you determine the best path for success.

 

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1 Commodity and Structured Trade Finance solutions; Seller solutions; Buyer solutions; Forfaiting solutions; Guarantees solutions; Open Account solutions

2 http://www.hsbc.com.sg/1/2/business/products-and-services/treasury/spot.

 

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