With the proper credit insurance to protect receivables, you can offer buyers attractive terms, enabling you to seize more global opportunities while protecting the balance sheet.
US$650 million in global coverage... Over $700 million US premium... 300+ trade credit specialists in 50 countries
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Economic growth following recession is historically the most likely time for businesses to overtrade. It is also the time enhance customer scrutiny.
In international trade, protracted default, insolvent buyers, and political uncertainty are ever-present issues. Unfamiliarity with new buyers may deter sellers from extending credit necessary to conduct domestic or cross-border business. The issue can be more pronounced in volatile regions, where concentration risk may pose a particular concern.
Marsh’s Trade Credit Practice helps sellers manage receivables risk — and a wide range of other trade-finance issues — by providing access to credit insurance solutions worldwide. Our Global Clients Group is a unique, internationally coordinated team that facilitates credit placements in more than 50 countries. And our Lender Solutions Group helps mitigate financial risks and enhance borrowing via structured credit solutions that make larger transactions more attractive to lenders or financiers, thus enhancing economic growth.
Enjoying longstanding relationships with major insurance carriers, Marsh can negotiate competitively priced coverage to manage your trade credit risk. We can also support you with a multinational service team that helps ensure compliance with local insurance laws, as well as policy contract language that helps foster quick, undisputed claims payments.