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No. Through the programme, the EBRD provides guarantees to international confirming banks and factoring companies, taking the political and commercial payment risk of international trade transactions undertaken by the issuing banks in our countries of operations.
In certain cases we can advise which banks are active under the programme, so that the exporter and importer can arrange a payment structure suitable for both parties.
Certain restrictions may apply related to the type of goods, or where environmental or social due diligence guidelines apply. This should be checked with us on a case-by-case basis.
Either the issuing bank or the confirming bank may apply for cover.
If the confirming bank applies, the consent of the issuing bank is required before a transaction can be covered, as the issuing banks are responsible for managing their exposure under the programme.
Yes. The EBRD guarantee can be issued to cover a Letter of Credit or guarantee that forms part of a larger contract or framework agreement, or to partially cover a Letter of Credit or guarantee, sharing the risk with the confirming bank.
The programme can be used to cover instruments issued by banks in any of the countries of operation of the EBRD, which have signed the issuing bank agreement, and which have an active TFP line in operation at the time of application.
No. The Programme is designed to cover instruments with fixed tenor only.
Last updated 6 December 2012