Export finance facilitates the growth of international trade.
In the past, exporters would demand payment from their overseas customers through confirmed Letter of Credit (L/C) or bank guarantee, but nowadays, as part of efforts to reduce expenses and bank charges, many prefer to receive partial payment in advance and provide some sort of credit to their customers.
We discount your international invoices made for exports.
APPLY FOR AN ACCOUNT WITH EURIVEX
complete our online application form and we'll contact you to establish the relationship.
Provide your Corporate documents, ID/Passport copies of your directors/shareholders, Proof of address of your directors, VAT number;
Sign the trade finance agreement which describes the terms and conditions as well as fees and charges.
After you agree the Invoice details, you assign the invoice to Eurivex.
Payment is made by Eurivex to the EU Exporter and goods are shipped to overseas destination;
Eurivex collects the outstanding amount from the overseas Importer based on terms of agreement.
Payment Collection Responsibility
As an exporter, you don’t need to worry about receiving funds from your overseas buyer to whom you exported goods because you will receive immediate payment from Eurivex direct to your bank account.
Eurivex is responsible to collect the money from the overseas buyer.
You can be selective
You don’t need to enter into an agreement with Eurivex to provide you with export finance on all your exports. You can be selective and pass to Eurivex only those markets and those customers to whom you are not comfortable offering a credit facility.
This way you concentrate on your business and leave the collection issues to Eurivex.