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Credit risk management instruments driving trade around the world
Globalisation has brought growing competition to world trade and with it a need to take down barriers to win new customers. Learn more about most common credit management tools in the market.
Letters of Credit: The traditional solution for secure payment
Letters of Credit (LCs) have long been a preferred risk management tool, favoured for their ability to provide security to both buyer and seller. However, their popularity is gradually declining. Learn more about the reason behind it.
Invoice financing: A cashflow management alternative
Invoice financing, which allows sellers to obtain funds against the security of invoices drawn on their buyers, is at its core a short-term cashflow management tool. How does invoice financing work?
Bank guarantees: Facilitating and securing high-value transactions
Learn on why bank guarantees are more sensible choice for suppliers who wish to secure large one-off transactions and how bank guarantees works.
Self-insurance: Is it worth the risk?
It's important to consider the impact self-insurance is having on your cash flows and whether your company will have enough liquidity to get through a downturn and return to growth.
Managing credit risk in difficult times
Learn on how to actively manage your account receivables on a continuous basis to identify problems early and avoid negative surprises.
Credit checking and monitoring is a full-time job
Every successful company has a unique strength, which makes them good at what they do and sets them apart from others.
Guide to assess the credit worthiness of a customer
To protect your business and your customers, it is essential to understand the credit risks of your customers and adjust your trading practices to reflect the risk.
How to limit your bad business debt
4 steps that you can take to minimise the risk of bad debts and optimise your collections during the coronavirus pandemic.