International Banking Services
Adding Value, Delivering Global Solutions and Strengthening Relationships
As the world marketplace continues to grow and evolve, today's international business must be ready for the expanding opportunities and risks associated with transacting business around the globe. Vectra Bank offers a wide range of global trade services to assist our clients in meeting these challenges and mitigating the associated risks.
Delivering Global Solutions
At Vectra Bank, we speak the language of international trade. We provide access to experienced trade specialists, smart financial solutions1 for leveraging global opportunities and an organization dedicated to serving companies of all sizes. Some of the services we offer include:
- Letters of Credit
- Trade Services
- Trade Finance
- Ex-Im Bank Working Capital
- SBA Export Working Capital
- Payables Financing
- Credit-insured Lending
- Foreign Exchange2
Ex-Im Bank Working Capital Guarantee Program
Delivering Working Capital Solutions and Maximizing Borrowing
Dependable sources of working capital are the key for a company's growth and stability. Vectra Bank uses the Ex-Im Bank Working Capital Guarantee Program to support the export of U.S. goods and services. As one of ten Fast Track Delegated Authority lenders in the U.S., Vectra Bank has the experience to deliver this unique financing solution. We provide our customers with the financing and other global solutions necessary to grow international sales and compete more effectively in the international marketplace.
- Ex-Im Bank Small Business Lender of the Year - 2014
- Ex-Im Advisory Board seat
- 20+ years of experience with Ex-Im bank
- Ex-Im certified lenders
- Ability to commit up to $10MM per borrower under Delegated Authority and $25MM under Fast Track
Maximizing Borrowing Potential
1. Lending Products: Subject to credit approval; terms and conditions apply.
2. Foreign Exchange: Foreign Exchange transactions can involve a variety of potential risks, depending on the specific type of transaction and foreign currency. Before entering into any foreign exchange transaction, you should carefully consider whether the transaction is appropriate for you in light of your experience, objectives, financial and operational resources and other relevant circumstances. You should ensure that you fully understand the nature of the transaction and contractual relationship into which you are entering and the nature and extent of your exposure to the risks involved.
3. Indirect Export: Indirect exports supported (a product or service sold to another U.S. company that is ultimately exported)