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We offer full range of Bank Securities from different Banks.

Standby Letter of Credit (SBLC) in US$ or € or £
Bank Guarantee (BG) in US$ or € or £
Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC, SLC, LC) in US$ or € or £

Face Value of the Securities

We can provide different face value of the Securities as per Applicant requirements.
BG's/SBLC's starts from 1M$/€ and normally stops at 900M$/€.
If the Applicant need of 2B$ SBLC/BG, we reject the Application because we cant provide more than 900M$/€.

Documents Requirements to Apply
  • Identity and address proof (Preferably Passport)
  • Proof of business (Preferably Business Registration Certificate)
  • Business profile
  • Business plan & Cash Flow Projection
  • Profit/loss statements and balance sheets of the previous year.
  • CV of the Applicant.
  • Bank Reference Letter.
  • Previous year's Audit report.
  • Client Information Sheet (CIS)
  • Letter of Intent (LOI)
  • Pro-forma Invoice - Only for DLC
  • Corporate Resolution (CR)
  • Non-Solicitation Statement (NSS)
  • Non-Circumvention and Non-Disclosure Agreement (NCNDA)
  • Irrevocable Master Fee Protection Agreement (IMFPA)
  • Approved SWIFT Verbiage
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Bank Securities issued from Top Commercial Banks

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Financial Securities issued from Non-Commercial Banks

Soleil Chartered Bank, New York - SBLC & DLC.
Winter Bank, Vienna - SBLC & DLC.
Standard Commerce Bank, Dominica - DLC
Micro Capital Bank, India - SBLC & DLC
Submit the LOI along with Pro-forma Invoice to get the Draft of DLC.

Restricted Geo Locations

Companies Registered in Iran
Companies Registered in North Korea
Companies Registered in Syria
Companies Registered in Cuba
Companies Registered in Venezuela
Companies Registered in Iraq
Companies Registered in Myanmar
Companies Registered in Pakistan
and few more sanctioned Countries.

Restricted Industries

Securities for Illegal Mining
Securities for Weapons and munitions
Securities for Alcoholic beverages
Securities for Narcotics & Gambling
Securities for Escort Services
Securities for Multi-level marketing
and few more Prohibited Businesses.

Eligibility Criteria to Get an Bank Security (SBLC & BG)

Applicant Should have at least 5 Years Business Experience in the Industry.

Applicant should have well prepared Business Plan & Cash Flow Projection.

Applicant and Applicant’s Company should have Decent Credit History.

Applicant should have Constant Income flow.

Applicant’s Age between 23 years and 65 years at the time of applying.

A good relationship with your bank, to prove that you may require to submit Bank Reference Letter.

A timely debt repayment history.

Applicant should have an active Trade Account in the same bank from which he/she is applying for the Bank Security (SBLC/BG). NOTE: If you do not have a active Trade account you can open one by yourself or we may assist you to get one.

A few assets such as FDs, investments, immovable property, etc.

Applicant should not have any Bankruptcy History.

Post execution of the Contract, Applicant should allow us at least 30 banking days’ time to get a Bank Security.

Transaction Procedure For Bank Securities (BG/SBLC) Lease/Purchase

1. Applicant submits the Complete Filled CIS/Application form along with his/her LOI along with required Securities Type (Use Updated Security List), Face Value, Issuing Bank Name, Receiving Bank Details.

2. Issuing Platform will check the Availability of the requested Securities and reply to the Applicant with Security Issuing Authority Profile details (or suggest an alternative Security).

3. Legal Desk will verify the documents and access Applicant’s capabilities. Accepted applicants will receive the Issuer Executed Legal Agreement for Securities Issuance Program.

4. Applicant will submit the Executed Agreement to issuing authority. This Agreement should be Notarized by the Notary Public.

5. Within two (2) banking days from the receipt of the Notarized Contract, issuing authority will lodge the contract to its Securities issuing bank.

6. Within three (3) banking days from the document’s submission to the bank, Security Issuing Authority will send a SWIFT MT199/799 to the Beneficiary’s Bank.

7. Within five (5) banking days from the receipt of the document submission, Issuing Bank will send the Tradable & Transferable Securities/Security through SWIFT MT760 to the Beneficiary’s Bank.

8. Within Fifteen (15) banking days from the receipt and verification of the SWIFT MT760, beneficiary bank will transfer the pre-approved Lease/Purchase fee through SWIFT MT103.

9. If the beneficiary does not honour the payment, then the Issuer will place a claim on the Securities which will cause the receiver’s bank to return the SWIFT MT760. Any payments that have been made by the beneficiary will not be refunded.

10. The Issuing Bank has one week within the reception of the payment of the Securities to send the hard copy of the Securities to the beneficiary bank through a courier that is bank bounded.

NOTE: In our contracts, the Beneficiary must return the Leased Securities to the Issuing Platform 15 days prior to the year anniversary of the contract.

Transaction Procedure - For DLC Issuance

There are different types of letters of credit and various scenarios in which letters of credit (L/C) are used. The basic letter of credit procedure:

1. The buyer and the seller draw up a purchase and sales agreement. The purchase and sales agreement between the buyer and the seller stipulates that payment is made through a letter of credit.

2. The buyer submits the LOI along with required DLC Type (Use Updated Security List), Face Value, Issuing Bank Name, Receiving Bank Details to issue a letter of credit. The letter of credit must be in accordance with the purchase and sales agreement.

3. Issuing Platform will check the Availability of the requested Security and reply to the Applicant with Security details (or suggest an alternative Security). The reply will be attached with an Application/CIS Form.

4. Applicant will fill and submit the Application/CIS with Supporting documents like Pro-forma Invoice & Purchase Contract.

5. Legal Desk will verify the documents and access Applicant’s capabilities. Accepted applicants will receive the Legal Agreement of Securities Issuance Program.

6. Applicant will submit the Executed Agreement to issuing authority.

7. Issuing authority will counter-sign the agreement and submit a copy to the Applicant.

8. Issuing authority will issue the Payment Invoice for the Lease fee of the required DLC.

9. Applicant, within five (5) banking days, instructs his Bank to transfer the Lease Fee on Letter of Credit transaction.

10. Within three (3) banking days from the receipt of the Lease Charges, the issuing bank sends the letter of credit to the advising bank through SWIFT MT700.

11. The advising bank verifies the authenticity of the letter of credit and forwards the letter of credit to the seller.

12. After ensuring that the terms of the letter of credit can be met, the seller produces the goods and prepares shipment.

13. The seller prepares the documents that prove that the goods are ready for shipment and presents these documents to the advising bank. The advising bank sends the documents to the issuing bank.

14. The issuing bank checks the documents and if approved, the issuing bank transfers the payment to the seller through the advising bank.

15. The issuing bank hands over the documents to the buyer. The documents allow the buyer to clear the goods from the customs and take possession of the goods. The buyer pays the issuing bank.