What is tenor days in letter of credit?
The number of days of business credit the customer has before they need to make payment to the supplier. This starts when they receive the goods and is typically 30, 60, 90, 120 or 180 days. In the extreme, it may be longer - typically for large capital sales (i.e. specialist mining equipment).
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A sight draft is payable as soon as it is presented for payment.The bank is allowed a reasonable time to review the documents before making payment. Baiju Bhaskaran
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credit is money which can be made available by any institution or persons for some purposes.
Buyer (the importer) has to contact their bank (called issuing bank) to establish a letter of credit in favor of seller (importer) through importer bank (also called advising …bank) to get a letter of credit, bank will keep some marginal amount as deposit.
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A red clause letter of credit is similar to a letter of Credit which is written to state or confirm the availability of funds for a particular transaction between the seller a…nd buyer. However, a clause is included in the letter stating that the stated amount or credit can be advanced immediately on showing the letter.
30-45 Days appx...
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A Stand by Letter of Credit is usually given by banks or financial institutions to vouch on the integrity of a seller and purchaser, acting as an intermediary. The buy and sel…l agreement is made between the two parties that both must uphold their part.
Letters of credit is a binding document that a buyer can request from his bank in order to guarantee that the payment of goods will be transferred to the seller. Basically, a …letter of credit gives the seller reassurance that he will receive the payment for the goods. In order for the payment to occur, the seller has to present the bank with the necessary shipping documents confirming the shipment of goods within a given time frame. It is often used in international trade to eliminate risks such as unfamiliarity with the foreign country, customs, or political instability.
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A letter of credit is basically a promise to pay a certain sum of money to a seller. Letters of credit are issued by banks to see that sellers are paid as long as they deliver… the goods or services required by the buyer. A letter of credit is thus a document issued by a buyer's bank to a seller of goods or services, to whom the payment is guaranteed, provided the seller delivers the goods or services required by a third-party buyer. The issuer after making the payment to the seller, collects the amount from the buyer. The document acts essentially as a guarantee to the seller that it will be paid by the issuer of the letter of credit, regardless of whether the buyer ultimately pays or not. Thus, the risk that the buyer may fail to pay the money is transferred from the seller to the letter of credit's issuer- namely, the bank. Letters of credit are common in international trade for large transactions between a supplier in one country and a buyer in another country because the bank acts as an neutral party between the buyer and the seller. The International Chamber of Commerce Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits is followed (UCP 600 being the latest version) while issuing a LC. The parties to a letter of credit are the supplier, usually called the beneficiary , the issuing bank , of whom the buyer is a client and in some cases an advising bank where the beneficiary is a client. Almost all letters of credit are irrevocable, i.e., cannot be amended or canceled without the consent of the beneficiary, issuing bank, and confirming bank, if any. In executing a transaction, letters of credit incorporate functions common togiros and travelers's cheques. M.J.SUBRAMANYAM, XCHANGING TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, BANGALORE
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A true credit score currently can range anywhere from 0 to 800. Someone that has recently declared bankruptcy, for example, would have a score close to 0 while an internation…al banker with connections to the major world governments might have a score close to 800.
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