Trade finance signifies financing for trade, and it concerns both domestic and international trade transactions. A trade transaction requires a seller of goods and services as well as a buyer. Various intermediaries such as banks and financial institutions can facilitate these transactions by financing the trade. —
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While a seller (or exporter) can require the purchaser (an importer) to prepay for goods shipped, the purchaser (importer) may wish to reduce risk by requiring the seller to document the goods that have been shipped. Banks may assist by providing various forms of support. For example, the importer's bank may provide a letter of credit to the exporter (or the exporter's bank) providing for payment upon presentation of certain documents, such as a bill of lading. The exporter's bank may make a loan (by advancing funds) to the exporter on the basis of the export contract.
Trade finance relates to the process of financing certain activities related to commerce and international trade. Trade finance includes such activities as lending, issuing letters of credit, factoring, export credit and insurance. Companies involved with trade finance include importers and exporters, banks and financiers, insurers and export credit agencies, and other service providers.
Modernization and globalization of trade projects has led to the increasing demand for trade finance. Increasing trade projects across the globe, especially in the Asia-Pacific is another major factor, driving the growth of the steel rebar market during the forecast period.
With increased focus on global trade, the trade finance market is likely to witness a strong growth in coming years.
In 2018, the global Trade Finance market size was 59500 million US$ and it is expected to reach 76500 million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of 3.2% during 2019-2025.
Global Trade Finance Market report provides a detailed market overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications, challenges, competitive scenario and industry chain structure. The report also analysis the Trade Finance Market verticals and horizontals, Market Size and CAGR comparison by region.
The study objectives are to provide the Trade Finance market trends, future opportunities, SWOT analysis, development, key drivers, top players and their analysis etc. Major regions covered in this report are as United States, Europe, Central & South America, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India.
The Global Trade Finance Market focuses on global major leading industry players providing information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and its Competitors. Upstream raw materials and equipment and downstream demand analysis is also carried out.
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Key Players covered in this report are Citigroup Inc, BNP Paribas, ICBC, China Exim Bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Mizuho Financial Group, MUFG, Commerzbank, Bank of Communication, Credit Agricole, Standard Chartered, HSBC, ANZ, Afreximbank, Export-Import Bank of India, AlAhli Bank, EBRD.
Trade Finance Market is analyzed by types like Letters of Credit, Guarantees, Supply Chain Finance, Documentary Collection, Others.
Trade Finance Market is also analyzed by Application like Finance, Energy, Power Generation, Transport, Renewables, Metals & Non-Metallic Minerals, Others.
Table of Contents:
1 Industry Overview
2 Industry Environment (PEST Analysis)
3 Trade Finance Market by Type
4 Major Companies List
5 Market Competition
5.1 Company Competition
5.2 Regional Market by Company
6 Demand by End Market
7 Region Operation
8 Marketing & Price
9 Research Conclusion
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