Forfaiting

Setting trends in trading
with the markets of tomorrow

Due to the increased number of crises worldwide and the resulting growth of uncertainty, there is a brisk demand for hedging and trade financing. At the same time, exporters are now more than ever in competition for new clients and the access to new growth markets.

Forfaiting offers an optimal opportunity to guarantee liquidity inflow as well as counterparty and political risk securementn. Hereby, DF Group buys trade receivables from exporters and thus minimises the financial risk.

In addition, DF Group offers its clients professional support in connection with their foreign trade business, such as structuring their transactions or formulating payment instruments.

Furthermore, we have international expertise, long-standing contacts and partnerships and can provide you with a suitable individual financing partner and subsequently supervise the transaction processing in your interest.

Feel free to contact us about possible forfaiting solutions for your company.

You would like to import goods from abroad and can provide a guarantee from your local bank as collateral? You do not want to pay for the goods upon delivery but at a later date – e.g. in one year’s time?

Then we have the right solution for you. We will jointly find out what payment terms and arrangements are available and what costs will be incurred. We will advise you on the required documentation while taking your legal requirements and your supplier’s terms and conditions into account. Upon request, our multi-lingual specialists will assist you in the negotiations with your supplier abroad. And, last but not least, we will finance your import transaction if the agreed conditions are met.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us concerning possible forfaiting solutions for your company.

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