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Export Trade Finance & Insurance

Thursday, June 5, 2014
1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

After the goods leave your control, you want to make certain you’ll get paid. You need to be familiar with the payment methods used for export transactions. These differ from methods used domestically, and some methods are riskier than others. Domestically, you might sell on open account to trusted customers, but require advance payment from unknown or questionable buyers. These methods are less often used in exporting. Foreign buyers expect to pay only when the goods arrive, or later if possible. Learn about your options.

Topic Includes:

  • Balancing Risk Between Seller and Buyer
  • Selecting International Payment Methods
  • Using Insurance to Protect Against Default
  • Financing Your Export Growth with Extended Credit
  • Protecting Against Foreign Exchange Risk

Fee: Training is $20 (nonrefundable, payment reserves spot), All non-MCLE sessions are approved for 3 CES Credits. CES Credits are administrated through NCBFAA Educational Institute (NEI).

*Attendees must park at 108 N. Hill Street, at Hill & 1st Streets, directly across from the Stanley Mosk Courthouse to get free parking.




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