Global Traders, Inc.

GTI arranges financing for companies worldwide that require funding to undertake capital projects.  We do not only arrange for the funds, we also source for the equipments, and customize your needs into a one-stop solution tailored to take the hassle out of your business.

We arrange financing for clients in all fields of business endeavor, since we deliver innovative trade & project finance solutions tailored toward clients' needs.  We finance short-term transactions (up to 180 days) and medium-term (5-7 years).  We are not a financial institution, but we have working relationships with various banks and other financial institutions both within and outside the US, and as a result, we are customer friendly and goal driven.  

Our Short-Term financing involve transactions the purchase of goods with credit between 30-180 days (depending on the size and need of the client). 

We specialize in providing the following instruments to facilitate short-term trade:
  • Import Letter of Credit
  • Standby Letter of Credit
  • Bank Guarantee
  • Performance Bond Guarantee
  • Advance Payment & Payment Guarantee
  • Bank Comfort Letter (BCL)

If you have any trade deal pending that you cannot execute due to financial constraints, we will like to know about it and see how best we can assist you to conclude your transaction successfully.

We will provide you with the necessary financial instrument at very competitive rates.  When your bank says NO, we say YES.

Our Medium-term financing are for capital projects or projects that involve longer periods of maturity.  These involve but not limited to the procurement of equipments for construction, mining, road, housing, agro-business, factories, etc.  Funds are sourced from US financial institutions who use Exim Bank Guarantees to underwrite these loans, in certain cases.  We act as the bridge between the borrower and the lender and also as suppliers on record, since we source for all the equipment needs of clients.

Our long term commitment is to bridge the trade and financing gap between developed and developing countries, with particular emphasis on countries in Africa, Latin America, and The Carribean, although we welcome financing requests from any corner of the globe.