What we do

Importer / Exporter Financing

Importer / Exporter Financing

Structured Commodity Trade Financing

What we do in Importer / Exporter Financing

We work with leading global companies specialized in the world of global trade in Commodities, Agri Commodities, Metals and Precious Metals.

We combine the power of ART (Alternative Risk Transfer) to convert the country risk and asset risk into a performance risk for A or AA asset classes.

We also Syndicate and Distribute the Bank Risk, Buyers Risk, Suppliers Risk and FX Risk through various Structured Instruments.

Global Trade Flows are continuously increasing across the geographies thus creating the huge gap between trade flows and financing facilities.

LongFin has big opportunity to package and play as Non-Banking Intermediary by way of transferring Bank Risk, Country Risk, Buyers Risk, Forex Risk, Cross Currency Risk, Interest Rate Risk, Trading Risk using own proprietary global connectivity on low-latency networks connected through multiple exchanges.

Trade finance gap in Africa due to unmet demand for the trade finance by Banks is ranging to USD 200 billion. Leaving a gap of $200 billion for Non-Bank Intermediaries to cater the shortfall.

We specialize in:
  • Cross Currency Swaps – FX Volatilities to Hedging
  • Buyer Credit Risk – Alternative Risk Transfer to Insurance
  • Supplier Performance Risk
  • Sovereign and Country Risk – Alternative Risk Transfer to Bank
  • FX Risk – Alternative Risk Transfer to Optionality
  • Market Risk – Alternative Risk Transfer to Insurance
Importer / Exporter Financing

Global Structured Finance Market Size

Structured financing refers to sophisticated, complex transactions that take place across global financial markets. Structured finance includes project financing, securitization, leveraged leasing and structured risk transfers. The structured financing market has been in continuous tumult as financial markets rise and ebb.

Global Structured Finance Market is expected to Grow at CAGR 16.49% between 2016 to 2020.

[Sources: IMF; National data]