Moses & Singer LLP

Trade, Export & International Development Finance & Supplier Finance

Moses & Singer has extensive experience representing lenders and borrowers across the entire spectrum of trade, export, and development finance.  Transactions as to which Moses & Singer routinely offers its clients advice include import and export letters of credit and documentary collections, so-called “silent confirmations,” bank payment obligations (BPOs), supply chain finance, payment claims processing, accounts receivable purchasing and forfaiting, discounting drafts, bill of exchange and promissory notes, payment guarantees, commodity finance, pre-export finance, post-import finance, trade loans, export credit agency (ECA) finance, and international development finance.  Moses & Singer’s experience includes cross-border credit facilities for borrowers in dozens of countries in Africa, Asia (including the Middle East), Europe, North America, and South America.  Structured transactions as to which the firm has advised its clients include transactions supported by direct loans made and guarantees and insurance policies issued by agencies, development finance institutions, and multilateral investment banks, including Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank), Export Development Canada (EDC), Coface (France), SACE (Italy), Hermes (Germany), EKF (Denmark), ERG (Switzerland), ECGD (U.K.), Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), and SEK (Sweden). 

Transactions advised by Moses & Singer’s attorneys are often at the cutting edge of global finance.  For example, Moses & Singer has advised commercial banks in connection with BPOs under the new URBPO after one of our partners served on the Consultative Group for the International Chamber of Commerce in connection with their adoption.  Moses & Singer’s attorneys have also represented global commercial banks in connection with the first-ever Ex-Im Bank guaranteed loan to a foreign financing company to provide funding for the purchase by one of its affiliates of automobile parts manufactured in and exported from the United States and a privatization-driven restructuring of a credit facility to a South American power company in which an OPIC non-honoring of sovereign guaranty insurance policy was converted into a direct guaranty of the obligations of the borrower, which was also the first-ever transaction of its kind.

Moses & Singer’s attorneys routinely write and present on trade, export, and international development finance topics at various industry and legal association gatherings and privately for the firm’s clients.

Recent Moses & Singer Letter of Credit Decisions

Trade Finance Description

Letter of Credit Engagements

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Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

Overview

Moses & Singer has extensive experience representing lenders and borrowers across the entire spectrum of trade, export, and development finance.  Transactions as to which Moses & Singer routinely offers its clients advice include import and export letters of credit and documentary collections, so-called “silent confirmations,” bank payment obligations (BPOs), supply chain finance, payment claims processing, accounts receivable purchasing and forfaiting, discounting drafts, bill of exchange and promissory notes, payment guarantees, commodity finance, pre-export finance, post-import finance, trade loans, export credit agency (ECA) finance, and international development finance.  Moses & Singer’s experience includes cross-border credit facilities for borrowers in dozens of countries in Africa, Asia (including the Middle East), Europe, North America, and South America.  Structured transactions as to which the firm has advised its clients include transactions supported by direct loans made and guarantees and insurance policies issued by agencies, development finance institutions, and multilateral investment banks, including Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank), Export Development Canada (EDC), Coface (France), SACE (Italy), Hermes (Germany), EKF (Denmark), ERG (Switzerland), ECGD (U.K.), Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), and SEK (Sweden). 

Transactions advised by Moses & Singer’s attorneys are often at the cutting edge of global finance.  For example, Moses & Singer has advised commercial banks in connection with BPOs under the new URBPO after one of our partners served on the Consultative Group for the International Chamber of Commerce in connection with their adoption.  Moses & Singer’s attorneys have also represented global commercial banks in connection with the first-ever Ex-Im Bank guaranteed loan to a foreign financing company to provide funding for the purchase by one of its affiliates of automobile parts manufactured in and exported from the United States and a privatization-driven restructuring of a credit facility to a South American power company in which an OPIC non-honoring of sovereign guaranty insurance policy was converted into a direct guaranty of the obligations of the borrower, which was also the first-ever transaction of its kind.

Moses & Singer’s attorneys routinely write and present on trade, export, and international development finance topics at various industry and legal association gatherings and privately for the firm’s clients.

Recent Moses & Singer Letter of Credit Decisions

Trade Finance Description

Letter of Credit Engagements

For more information please contact us.

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

 

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