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Why should you consider trade payables financing?

Is your business a manufacturer, distributor or wholesaler? If your company buys goods, domestically or internationally, a trade payables financing program can enhance your ability to finance inventory. More access to credit for financing inventory can be especially beneficial if your business has seasonal peaks or is managing an unusually large order. Read More >

Exporting? Explore Options For International Business

Concerns about the details involved in international shipping sometimes discourage businesses from seeking customers for their products around the globe. In order to export your company's goods, you must meet packing, labeling, documentation and insurance requirements. It can seem daunting, especially to new or relatively inexperienced exporters. But solutions are available! Depending on your exporting needs, one or more of the options outlined below may help you reach your goals for global commerce. Read More >

4 risks of doing business internationally — and ways to address them

With one of the 10 largest economies in the world, California exported more than $174 billion in goods and services in 2014. Its top trading partners include our neighbors to the south and north — Mexico and Canada — but California is also the top state in the nation in exports to Asia, particularly China, Japan and South Korea. Read More >

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