Global Trade Financial Services (GTFS)
Global Trade Financial Services (GTFS) DBA ‘’Global Insurance Broker established as limited Liability company with head quarter in Dallas Fort worth Texas United States
GTFS is a registered broker with the Export-Import Bank of the United States
Global Trade & Financial Services (GTFS) DBA ‘’GLOBAL Insurance established as limited Liability company with head quarter in Dallas Fort worth Texas United States, Dallas is home many fortune 500 companies, Global Trade & Financial Services (GTFS) provides Trade Insurance, Trade Finance, and Financial Adviser to clients in the USA and around the world. With over 20 years global experience business development, Credit insurance, Trade Finance, Surety Bond training & symposium on International Trade , Retirement plan GTFS 's professionals are uniquely positioned to assist companies and individual, risks management and with market penetration. Our strength is in matching and bringing together companies and financial institutions and customers into marketplace for mutual business benefits Exporter, Importers and Financial Institutions.
WHERE WILL YOUR NEXT CUSTOMER COME FROM? SMALL BUSINESSES LOOKING TO INCREASE SALES AND PROFIT ARE TAKING THEIR BUSINESSES GLOBAL. NEARLY 96 PERCENT OF CONSUMERS AND OVER TWO-THIRDS OF THE WORLD’S PURCHASING POWER RESIDE OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES
There are many good reasons to export
GTFS works with banks and exporters mitigate the chances of payment default associated with medium to long term financing facilities, GTFS works closely with the Export Import Bank of the United States (Exim) as well as other Export Credit Agency benefiting from medium term insurance as well as guarantee programs.
GTFS works with buyers located abroad who need competitive medium to long term financing to purchase capital goods from the United States. To ensure that our clients are able to identify competitive sources of financing, relationships are maintained relationship with many financial institutions ( Lenders)
Covers 2 types of risks –
An exporter of goods runs the risk that they are never paid for goods that are shipped. To eliminate that risk they can require pre-payment, but that shifts the risk onto the importer.
Overseas trade also comes with inherent risks, for example, exchange rate fluctuations, legal issues, language differences and the potential for political instability. Furthermore, it’s trickier for parties to evaluate the credit risk of their counterparts when they’re based overseas.
Trade finance steps in to guarantee payment and shipment, provided certain conditions are met.