LETTER OF CREDIT (DLC)
Trade Finance & Trade Goods Payment Security Solutions
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Our Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) is primarily issued by Bank Winter, a European Bank that was founded in 1892, was ranked 16th in the BIS ratio (The Banker) among the 1,000 largest banks worldwide and is one of the largest privately owned Merchant Banks in Europe who specialize in Trade Financing and Investment Banking.
The Standby Letter of Credit serves a different function than the commercial letter of credit or Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC).
Sellers/Exporters and Buyer/Importers usually require an intermediary such as a bank or financial institution to guarantee payment as well as the delivery of goods. This is where the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) comes in. A Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) is a financial instrument, issued by banks or trade finance institutions through a SWIFT MT700 message, where seller/exporters receive payment from the buyer/importer, once the terms specified in the DLC are completely fulfilled.
Once the terms specified in the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) are fulfilled and the buyer/importer cannot pay, then seller/exporter can make a compliant document presentation to demand payment.
When the seller/exporter makes a compliant presentation, the issuing bank or financial institution will make a payment to the seller/exporter.
Documentary Letters of Credits (DLC) are mostly used in international business transactions, where the buyer/exporter and seller/importer have yet to build a close business relationship and/or are located in different countries. When closing a business deal with a buyer/importer in a foreign country, the seller/exporter is exposed to certain risks including international legal systems and a lack of trust with the buyer/importer.
Due to this, a seller/exporter can be hesitant to do such a deal without a Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) from a trusted credit-worthy bank or financial institution as financial security.
Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) Benefits
A letter of credit minimizes risk, maximizes control, and optimizes profits associated with international trade by making transactions simpler, smoother and safer for all sides.
You may not have the necessary collateral requirements or relationship with the bank to get a letter of credit—but we do.
There is no need to leave a down payment or deposit with your seller/exporter since your Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) will be opened for the entire amount of the contract. This will free up capital in your business and will lower your risk in the transaction. The seller/exporter can often borrow against the DLC to receive their money faster.
You can protect yourself even further by adding safeguards into the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) including quality control, inspection of goods, and set delivery and production times.
You may open up all types of new opportunities to do business with foreign companies by strengthening your financial position with your seller/importers.
Payment is assured as long as you comply with the terms and conditions of the letter of credit.
The credit risk is transferred from the buyer to the issuing bank, which is obligated to pay even if the buyer goes bankrupt.
You have easier access to financing and are able to transfer all or part of the letter of credit to another party, e.g., to purchase raw materials.
Collection time is minimized, as the letter of credit accelerates payment of receivables, and foreign exchange risk is eliminated when it is issued in the currency of your country.
Brokers & Consultants
Unfortunately Trade Finance DLC, CLC, LC and SBLC are exempt and do not earn Broker Commissions. This is because Trade Finance deals have very small margins and tend to be smaller transactions between 200K and 3M.
Our Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) delivery service is Non Negotiable. We do not change the terms, structure, delivery procedures or prices of this service.
We do not offer FREE Documentary Letter of Credits (DLC) or allow clients to pay for the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) after they have received it. If the Bank is not paid to send the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC), then no Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) will ever be sent or delivered. Banks simply do not work for free or on the hope that after they deliver a Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) that the client may pay them.
Secure Platform Funding requires clients meet key standards and pass compliance in order for us to consider working with them. We do not accept all clients because doing business with Multistream International is a unique Privilege given solely to real, genuine, authentic clients, not a Right that is attainable by all.
We solely deal with real deals, real people and real Documentary Letter of Credits (DLC) that need to be delivered to our clients nominated bank account. The Bank SWIFT Network is the Gold Standard that validates all aspects of this transaction and provides a respected industry platform where a safe settlement can be facilitated. Close your successful Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) transaction with Multistream International today.
Contact us to receive the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) Application
Complete all pages of the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) Application and email it to:
Critical Compliance Criteria:
Accepted Criteria: Clients that comply with our required Client Standards and accurately and correctly complete the Documentary Letter of Credit (LC) Application. by contacting us today.
Any Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) that is required to be delivered to a Provider on our Banned Providers List.
Any Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) application where the client cannot or does not want to pay the required Deposit.
Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) required for a clients in Austria.
5 Reasons to use MULTISTREAM to deliver a Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) for you:
72 Hour Delivery - We normally deliver Documentary Letters of Credit (DLC) within 72 hours of all documentation and payments being completed.
Any Country - We will issue Documentary Letters of Credit (DLC) for the import/export of goods from ANY country except Austria.
Any Currency - We will issue Documentary Letters of Credit (DLC) in almost any currency except Renminbi.
Lower Fees - Our fees for issuing Documentary Letters of Credit (DLC) are more cost effective than many larger public banks.
Less Restrictive - Our required control clauses for a Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) are much easier than other banks.
We use the Bank SWIFT Network to have the clients Letters of Credit (LC) delivered Bank to Bank. We operate a reliable, efficient delivery and authentication process to ensure all Letters of Credit (LC) are successfully delivered for our clients.
Client Deposits are 100% Protected with 2 Levels of Protection
We value our relationships with our clients so much that ALL CLIENT DEPOSITS for Letters of Credit (LC) receive 2 Tiers of Protection which are:
Corporate Refund Undertaking
Non Performance Penalty
Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) Costs
Costs are customized to each Goods transaction and therefore a exact quote can be provided once an completed application is received, but as a pricing guide:
A 90 Day Documentary Letter of Credit costs 3.3%
plus a $500
Additional 30 Day periods cost .6% plus $150
Estimated Completion Time:
Letters of Credit (LC) are normally issued within 72 hours of all documentation and payments being completed by the Applicant.
Step 1: Application. Complete and return the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) Application and Pay the $185 USD Application fee.
Step 2: Issuing of Draft. We will then create a draft of the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) for you and your supplier to review.
Step 3: Draft Review and Opening Payment.
a) Once you and your supplier finalize the draft and sign off your acceptance of the draft (changes are free of cost).
b) We then issue you with an Invoice for the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC), which you arrange to pay.
c) Upon receipt of your wire payment, we release the finalized Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) to the bank for issuance and delivery.
Step 4: Issuance. Typically, the bank will issue the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) within 48 hours of release. Upon issuance, we email you a copy of the DLC as transmitted by SWIFT, including the DLC reference number. Your supplier’s bank should receive and confirm the Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) transmission shortly thereafter.
Step 5: Presentation of Documents. Once the supplier has prepared and loaded the goods for transit, they must present the specified documents for that shipment to their bank. Their bank will transmit these documents to our bank. We will email you copies of the presentation (and all documents submitted by the supplier) for your review and approval.
Step 6: Payment for Goods. Before our bank releases the original documents, we must receive payment for the presentation. Upon receipt of payment, we consign the documents to you and overnight them to your freight forwarder or whomever you designate – thus completing the transaction.