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Bank instruments(SBLC, BG, etc), financial instruments for sale, purchase, lease and monetization by bank instrument providers, financial instrument providers for bank instrument receivers.
Bank instruments, financial instruments, bank instrument providers, financial instrument providers of BG, SBLC, etc that are for sale, purchase, lease and monetization

What are Bank Instruments or Financial Instruments?

Bank instruments or financial instruments are assets with monetary values which are backed by contracts. Bank instruments are issued by issuer banks based on mutual agreement between providers and receivers. In fact, they are used used for financial transactions.
There are two types of bank instruments which are cash bank instruments and derivative bank instruments. Bank instruments can be categorized into equity bank instruments, debt bank instruments and forex currency exchange bank instruments.
Bank instruments are very useful for trade finance, project finance, credit enhancement, etc. These bank instruments serve as collateral and credit lines in financing various projects and financial transactions. Bank instruments are issued by banks to receivers.
Typical examples of bank instruments are standby letter of credit(SBLC), bank guarantee(BG), letter of credit(LC), documentary letter of credit(DLC), blocked fund(BG), bank draft(BD), mid term note(MTN), etc.
Bank instrument providers are high net worth individuals and investors who provide fund for different trading and financing projects using their assets which serve as collateral and credit lines. They work with banks(issuing banks) in providing these bank instruments to individuals, businesses, organizations or governments who need them for different purposes. After all mutual agreements and proper documentations, the issuer’s bank issue the bank instruments to the receiver’s bank. Bank instruments can be issued for sale, purchase, lease or monetization.

Buy Bank Instruments for Sale, Bank Instruments Purchase and Bank Instrument Lease and Bank Instruments Monetization

Bank instrument providers provide bank instruments to bank instrument receivers. The provision and reception of bank instruments can be in the form of bank instrument sales, bank instrument purchase or bank instrument rentals(bank instrument lease). While bank instrument sellers sell bank instruments, bank instrument buyers buy bank instruments. On the other hand, bank instrument leasers lease bank instruments to bank instrument lessees.
Bank instrument providers, bank instrument sellers or bank instrument leasers are known to provide bank instruments for sale, bank instruments for purchase or bank instruments for lease. They are known to provide bank instruments for bank instrument receivers or bank instrument monetizers. In other words, they sell bank instruments to bank instrument buyers and rent bank instruments to bank instrument renters based on lease. Providers of bank instruments make bank instruments available for receivers of the bank instruments, buyers of bank instruments and lessees of bank instruments.
By providing bank instruments, selling bank instruments and leasing bank instruments,  individuals and businesses receiving bank instruments, buying bank instruments and who get bank instruments leased to them have access to these financial instruments for various transactions.
A number of financial instrument providers offer financial instruments for sale, financial instruments for purchase or financial instruments for lease. Financial instrument providers provide financial instruments to financial instrument receivers. Financial instrument sellers sell financial instruments to financial instrument buyers. Financial instrument leasers lease financial instruments to financial instrument lessees. Providing financial instruments, selling financial instruments and leasing financial instruments are important aspect of issuing and acquiring financial instruments for various purposes. These process involves the provider, receiver, issuer’s bank and receiver’s bank.
It is important to note that bank instruments can be issued in different currencies. Thus, there are local bank instruments and foreign bank instruments. Local bank instruments are those issued in local currencies hence they used for local transactions. Foreign bank instruments are bank instruments issued in foreign currencies which can be used for both local and foreign transactions. Most bank instruments for international transactions are those issued in European Euro(€) and United States of American Dollar($).

Bank Instrument Monetization, Financial Instrument Monetization

Bank instrument monetization offers for bank instrument monetizers requires that the financial instrument monetizers clients must sign a DOA with the option of anticipated bank charges thereby taking responsibility for the contract signed with their selected monetizers. The anticipated bank charges is delivery on account, which will be deducted from the final payment. Bank instrument monetization rates are the same. The rates are the same because they simply correspond to the expenses for cutting and issuing the requested bank instruments. However, the client must take into account that if the said monetizer does not comply with the conditions established in the deed of agreement(DOA), you will lose the anticipated amount and the issuing bank will issue a claim via swift to the receiving bank for the cancellation of the issued bank instrument.

Bank Guarantee/Standby Letter of Credit: BG/SBLC for Sale/Lease

Buy SBLC for Sale, SBLC for Lease; Buy BG for Sale, BG for Lease;
Bank guarantee and standby letter of credit are available for sale and lease by bank guarantee providers and standby letter of credit providers.
You can buy SBLC for sale  or purchase SBLC from SBLC sellers or SBLC providers just as you can buy BG for sale or purchase BG from BG sellers or BG providers. Are you SBLC receivers, SBLC buyers, BG receivers and BG buyers and interested in buying SBLC or buying BG? They are available for sale.
Are you interested in SBLC lease and BG lease? You can get SBLC for lease and BG for lease from SBLC leasers who lease SBLC to SBLC lessees as well as BG leasers who lease BG to receivers of SBLC and BG. If you are looking for SBLC leasing and BG leasing offers, there are providers leasing SBLC and leasing BG to receivers.
BG/SBLC Contracts:
Presently, there are four(4) types of BG/SBLC contracts available for receivers. These SBLC/BG contracts for receivers are as follows.
1. BG/SBLC for sale(Based on credit i.e no upfront bank charges).
2. BG/SBLC for sale(Based on anticipatory bank charges i.e with upfront bank charges).
3. BG/SBLC for lease(Based on credit i.e no upfront bank charges).
4. BG/SBLC for sale(Based on anticipatory bank charges i.e with upfront bank charges).

A. BG/SBLC for Sale/Lease(Credit/No upfront Bank Charges)

Things you should know and note about the SBLC/BG for sale/lease contract based on credit are as follows.
1. No upfront bank charges.
2. Receiving bank must have minimum credit rating A+ according to Fitch rating.
3. Banks within mainland China(except those working from Hong Kong office only) are not accepted, nor are African banks, and banks are not accepted in politically or economically unstable countries.
Note: Chinese banks within mainland China can be considered accepted on the condition that the  bank will have to work through a correspondent bank in Europe.
4. No bank within China mainland is accepted, but Chinese banks can be accepted working from their office in Hong Kong. However, Chinese banks within mainland China can be considered on the condition that the  bank will have to work through a correspondent bank in Europe.
5. The company that signs DOA(Deed of Agreement) must be the beneficiary of the requested financial instrument in addition to being an account holder and account signatory in the receiving bank. Contracts signed by intermediary companies are not allowed.
6. Some documents(e.g LOI, CIS, certificate of incorporation, coloured copy passport of account signatory, board resolution of the company signed and sealed by two directors, RWA/BCL receiving bank, signed and sealed by two bank officers with issue date less than three(3) banking days) are required before releasing the DOA to receivers.
7. Only provider’s contract is acceptable. The conditions and procedures are not negotiable and modifiable for new receivers.
8. Bank instruments are issued in Euro€/USD$

B. BG/SBLC for Sale/Lease(Anticipatory/Upfront Bank Charges)

Things you should know and note about the SBLC/BG for sale/lease contracts based on anticipated bank charges are as follows.
1. Upfront bank charges(Charges are deducted from final payment). Provider will issue Refund Undertaking Letter to receiver for anticipated bank charges.
Note: The Refund Undertaking Letter is meant to guarantee the return of the provision of the funds in case of default by the provider or by the issuing bank. The Refund Undertaking Letter is
accepted and signed by the issuing bank.
2. No minimum credit rating A+.
3. All country banks are accepted.
4. Provider’s/issuing bank initiates bank to bank communication.
5. Receiver must ensure that he has gotten his bank’s approval and authorization for the transaction.
6. Receiver must send POF(with less than 3 banking days from its issuance date, signed and sealed by 2 bank officers) bank to bank to show receiver has sufficient balance in bank account to make the transfer of the provision of funds for the face value of the requested bank financial instrument.
7. Only provider’s contract is acceptable. The conditions and procedures are not negotiable and modifiable for new receivers.
8. Bank instruments are issued in Euro€/USD$

BG/SBLC for Sale or BG/SBLC Purchase Based on Credit/No Upfront Bank Charges

Description of the Bank Instrument
Instrument: Bank Guarantee(BG)/Standby Letter of Credit(SBLC) cash backed
Term: Operative, irrevocable, assignable and confirmed
Issuing Bank: HSBC bank, Barclays bank,  Deutsche bank
Age: One(1) year and one(1) day- fresh cut
Currency: Euro(€) or USD($)
Price: Available on request
Contract Amount: Euro€…Based on request with rolls and extensions
Tranches: Based on agreed tranches until total contract is completed with R&E
Delivery: Delivered by issuing bank, bank payment undertaking. Issuing bank to issue MT760. Provider to send swift copies of MT799 and MT760 to the beneficiary/buyer as soon as they are sent payment for the BG/SBLC to be remitted within five(5) banking days upon verification and consolidation of the MT760. Hardcopy to follow by bank bonded courier within ten(10) banking days after authentication of payment.
Payment: SWIFT MT103/202
Hardcopy: Bonded courier within ten(10) banking days.
BG/SBLC Purchase Transaction Procedure:
Upon receipt of end buyer’s/receiver’s LOI
1. The buyer send to the PROVIDER THIS LOI/DOA WITH ALL DOCUMENTS FOR DUE DILIGENCE AND COMPLIANCE(CIS, Certificate of Incorporation, Board Resolution, Bank RWA (BCL OR POF), etc …  AND WITHIN 48 HOURS PROVIDER CONFIRMS THE DUE DILIGENCE.
2. Within five (5) banking days, Receiving Bank of the buyer will issue RWA VIA secure bank e-mail or SWIFT MT199/799 (Exhibit A) to the DESIGNED Bank BY The PROVIDER & send COURTESY copy SWIFT MESSAGE to THE PROVIDER within twenty-four (24) BANKING hours.
BANK:  (provider’s compliance bank)
BANK E-MAIL:
BANK OFFICER:
ONCE RECEIVED THE BANKING E-MAIL, AND VERIFIED BY PROVIDER’S COMPLIANCE BANK, PROVIDER COUNTER sign the DOA and return to buyer, which hereby automatically becomes a full recourse commercial contract after the PROVIDER has accepted / countersigned the RECEIVER’s application.
3. Within five (5) banking days, The Issuing Bank of the PROVIDER will issue an MT-799 Pre-Advice (Exhibit B) confirming that they are ready, willing and able to issue as per the format set out in Exhibit D.  PROVIDER sends copy of the MT-799 Pre-Advice to the Beneficiary/BUYER within twenty-four (24) BANKING hours.
4. Within five (5) banking days of the receipt of the PROVIDER’s MT-799 Pre-Advice, the Receiving Bank will send by SWIFT MT-799 the BPU (Exhibit C) confirming receipt and ability to pay the total amount up to %… of the total face value of the instrument which will include all Consultancy Fees.
5. Within Five (5) banking days of PROVIDER receiving BPU from the Receiving BANK, Issuing Bank shall issue SWIFT MT-760 (Exhibit D)&PROVIDER will simultaneously issue its corporate invoice for the same.
6. The Receiving Bank will receive, confirm and verify the SWIFT MT-760 (BG/SBLC). The Beneficiary/BUYER will remit payment within Five (5) banking days after MT760 received to the PROVIDER’s designated account(s) the Purchase Fees and the Consultancy Fess to the Intermediaries’ designated account(s).
7. Should the Beneficiary/BUYER default in paying the Purchase Fees and the Transaction Fees as stipulated in this DOA within the stipulated time after receipt of Swift MT-760, PROVIDER shall instruct the Issuing Bank to put a claim on the (BG/SBLC) thereby forcing the Receiving Bank to return the Swift MT-760 (BG/SBLC) to the Issuing Bank.
8. Within TEN (10) banking days after receipt of all fees including the Consultancy Fees, the hard copy of the (BG/SBLC) will be sent to Receiving Bank by bank-bonded courier.
9. UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION FIRST TRANCHE, AS MUTUALLY AGREED BY BOTH PARTIES, BEGINNING WITH PROCEDURE NEXT TRANCHES; PROVIDER WILL ISSUE SWIFT MT760 IN FAVOR OF BENEFICIARY ACCORDING THIS DOA.
10. THIS DOA IS A FULL RECOURSE COMMERCIAL COMMITMENT GOVERNED BY THE LAW OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND STANDARDS UNDER ICC REGULATION.

BG/SBLC for Sale or BG/SBLC Purchase Based on Anticipatory/Upfront Bank Charges

Description of the Bank Instrument
Instrument: Bank Guarantee(BG)/Standby Letter of Credit(SBLC) cash backed
Term: Operative, irrevocable, assignable and confirmed
Issuing Bank: HSBC bank, Barclays bank,  Deutsche bank
Age: One(1) year and one(1) day- fresh cut
Currency: Euro(€) or USD($)
Price: Available on request
Contract Amount: Euro€…Based on request with rolls and extensions
Tranches: Based on agreed tranches until total contract is completed with R&E
Delivery: Delivered by issuing bank, bank payment undertaking. Issuing bank to issue MT760. Provider to send swift copies of MT799 and MT760 to the beneficiary/buyer as soon as they are sent payment for the BG/SBLC to be remitted within five(5) banking days upon verification and consolidation of the MT760. Hardcopy to follow by bank bonded courier within ten(10) banking days after authentication of payment.
Payment: SWIFT Mt103/202
Hardcopy: Bonded courier within ten(10) banking days.
BG/SBLC Purchase Transaction Procedure:
Upon receipt of end buyer’s/receiver’s LOI
1. RECEIVER sends this Deed of Agreement to PROVIDER executed with Receiver’s CIS and passport copy, Company’s Certificate of Incorporation, Board Resolution, and POF for the Administrative fees amount. After due diligence, PROVIDER sign and initial the Deed of Agreement, which thereby automatically becomes a full recourse commercial contract.
 
2. WITHIN THREE (3) BANKING DAYS, BUYER WILL MAKE PAYMENT BY DIRECT WIRE TRANSFER TO THE PROVIDER’S BANK COORDINATES ADMINISTRATIVE FES AND TRANSMISSION CHARGES TO SEND THE MT799 AND MT760 BY SWIFT.  BUYER MUST PAY BANK CHARGES BEFORE PROVIDER ISSUING BANK WILL SEND PRE-ADVICE MT799 FOLLOWED BY MT760.  BANK TRANSMISSION / ADMINISTRATIVE FEES WILL BE DISCOUNTED FROM PAYMENT PURCHASE PRICE.
€ 000,000.00 EUR  ( ….EURO)
 
Note: The administrative fees varies with the BG/SBLC face value which is payable in USD$/Euro£. The administrative fees to be paid is available on request.
 
3. The Issuing Bank of the PROVIDER will issue an MT-799 Pre-Advice (Exhibit B) confirming that they are ready, willing and able to issue as per the format set out in Exhibit D.  PROVIDER sends copy of the MT-799 Pre-Advice to the Beneficiary/BUYER within twenty-four (24) BANKING hours. 
 
4. Within five (5) banking days of the receipt of the PROVIDER’s MT-799 Pre-Advice, the Receiving Bank will send by SWIFT MT-799 the BPU (Exhibit C) confirming receipt and ability to pay the total amount up to %… of the total face the instrument which will include all Consultancy Fees.  
 
5. Within Five (5) banking days of PROVIDER receiving BPU from the Receiving BANK, Issuing Bank shall issue SWIFT MT-760 (Exhibit D) & PROVIDER will simultaneously issue its corporate invoice for the same.
 
6. The Receiving Bank will receive, confirm and verify the SWIFT MT-760 (BG/SBLC). The Beneficiary/BUYER will remit payment within Five (5) banking days to the PROVIDER’s designated account(s) the Purchase Fees and the Consultancy Fess to the Intermediaries’ designated account(s).
 
7. Should the Beneficiary/BUYER default in paying the Purchase Fees and the Transaction Fees as stipulated in this DOA within the stipulated time after receipt of Swift MT-760, PROVIDER shall instruct the Issuing Bank to put a claim on the (BG/SBLC) thereby forcing the Receiving Bank to return the Swift MT-760 (BG/SBLC) to the Issuing Bank.
 
8. Within TEN (10) banking days after receipt of all fees including the Consultancy Fees, the hard copy of the (BG/SBLC) will be sent to Receiving Bank by bank-bonded courier. 
 
9. UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION FIRST TRANCHE, AS MUTUALLY AGREED BY BOTH PARTIES, BEGINNING WITH PROCEDURE NEXT TRANCHES; PROVIDER WILL ISSUE SWIFT MT760 IN FAVOR OF BENEFICIARY ACCORDING THIS DOA.
 
10. THIS DOA IS A FULL RECOURSE COMMERCIAL COMMITMENT GOVERNED BY THE LAW OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND STANDARDS UNDER ICC REGULATION. 

BG/SBLC Lease or BG/SBLC for Lease Based on Credit/No Upfront Bank Charges

Description of the Bank Instrument
Instrument: Bank Guarantee(BG)/Standby Letter of Credit(SBLC) cash backed
Term: Operative, irrevocable, assignable and confirmed
Issuing Bank: HSBC bank, Barclays bank,  Deutsche bank
Age: One(1) year and one(1) day- fresh cut
Currency: Euro(€) or USD($)
Price: Available on request
Contract Amount: Euro€…Based on request with rolls and extensions
Tranches: Based on agreed tranches until total contract is completed with R&E
Delivery: Delivered by issuing bank, bank payment undertaking. Issuing bank to issue MT760. Provider to send swift copies of MT799 and MT760 to the beneficiary/buyer as soon as they are sent payment for the BG/SBLC to be remitted within five(5) banking days upon verification and consolidation of the MT760. Hardcopy to follow by bank bonded courier within ten(10) banking days after authentication of payment.
Payment: SWIFT Mt103/202
Hardcopy: Bonded courier within ten(10) banking days.
BG/SBLC Lease Transaction Procedure:
Upon receipt of end lessee’s/receiver’s LOI
1. The lessee send to the PROVIDER  THIS LOI/DOA WITH ALL DOCUMENTS FOR DUE DILIGENCE AND COMPLIANCE (CIS, Certificate of Incorporation, Board Resolution, Bank RWA (BCL OR POF), etc …  AND WITHIN 48 HOURS PROVIDER CONFIRMS THE DUE DILIGENCE .
 
2. Within FIVE (5) banking days, Receiving Bank of the LESSEE will issue RWA VIA secure bank e-mail or SWIFT MT199/799 (Exhibit A) to the DESIGNED Bank BY The PROVIDER AND send COURTESY copy SWIFT MESSAGE to THE PROVIDER within twenty-four (24) BANKING hours.
BANK:  (provider’s compliance bank)
BANK E-MAIL:
BANK OFFICER:
 
ONCE RECEIVED THE BANKING E-MAIL, AND VERIFIED BY PROVIDER’S COMPLIANCE BANK, PROVIDER COUNTER sign the DOA and return to lessee, which hereby automatically becomes a full recourse commercial contract after the PROVIDER has accepted / countersigned the RECEIVER’s application. 
 
3. Within five (5) banking days, The Issuing Bank of the PROVIDER will issue an MT-799 Pre-Advice (Exhibit B) confirming that they are ready, willing and able to issue as per the format set out in Exhibit D.  PROVIDER sends copy of the MT-799 Pre-Advice to the Beneficiary/LESSEE within twenty-four (24) BANKING hours. 
 
4. Within FIVE (5) banking days of the receipt of the PROVIDER’s MT-799 Pre-Advice, the Receiving Bank will send by SWIFT MT-799 the BPU (Exhibit C) confirming receipt and ability to pay the total amount up to %… of the total face value of the instrument which will include all Consultancy Fees.  
 
5. Within Five (5) banking days of PROVIDER receiving BPU from the Receiving BANK, Issuing Bank shall issue SWIFT MT-760 (Exhibit D) & PROVIDER will simultaneously issue its corporate invoice for the same.
 
6. The Receiving Bank will receive, confirm and verify the SWIFT MT-760 SBLC. The RECEIVER, within TEN (10) banking days of MT760 RECEPTION, will remit payment to the PROVIDER’s designated account(s) the ASSIGNMENT Fees and the Consultancy Fess to the Intermediaries’ designated account(s).
 
7. Should the Beneficiary/LESSEE default in paying the LEASE Fees and the TransactioN Fees as stipulated in this DOA within the stipulated time after receipt of Swift MT-760, PROVIDER shall instruct the Issuing Bank to put a claim on the SBLC thereby forcing the Receiving Bank to return the Swift MT-760 SBLC to the Issuing Bank.
 
8. Within TEN (10) banking days after receipt of all fees including the Consultancy Fees, the hard copy of the SBLC will be sent to Receiving Bank by bank-bonded courier. 
 
9. UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION FIRST TRANCHE, AS MUTUALLY AGREED BY BOTH PARTIES, BEGINNING WITH PROCEDURE NEXT TRANCHES; PROVIDER WILL ISSUE SWIFT MT760 IN FAVOR OF BENEFICIARY ACCORDING THIS DOA.
 
10. THIS DOA IS A FULL RECOURSE COMMERCIAL COMMITMENT GOVERNED BY THE LAW OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND STANDARDS UNDER ICC REGULATION. 

BG/SBLC Lease or BG/SBLC for Lease Based on Anticipatory/Upfront Bank Charges

Description of the Bank Instrument
Instrument: Bank Guarantee(BG)/Standby Letter of Credit(SBLC) cash backed
Term: Operative, irrevocable, assignable and confirmed
Issuing Bank: HSBC bank, Barclays bank,  Deutsche bank
Age: One(1) year and one(1) day- fresh cut
Currency: Euro(€) or USD($)
Price: Available on request
Contract Amount: Euro€…Based on request with rolls and extensions
Tranches: Based on agreed tranches until total contract is completed with R&E
Delivery: Delivered by issuing bank, bank payment undertaking. Issuing bank to issue MT760. Provider to send swift copies of MT799 and MT760 to the beneficiary/buyer as soon as they are sent payment for the BG/SBLC to be remitted within five(5) banking days upon verification and consolidation of the MT760. Hardcopy to follow by bank bonded courier within ten(10) banking days after authentication of payment.
Payment: SWIFT Mt103/202
Hardcopy: Bonded courier within ten(10) banking days.
BG/SBLC Lease Transaction Procedure:
Upon receipt of end lessee’s/receiver’s LOI
1. RECEIVER sends Deed of Agreement to PROVIDER executed with Receiver’s CIS & passport copy, Company’s Certificate of Incorporation, Board Resolution, and POF for the Administrative fees amount.
 
2. PROVIDER sign and initial the Deed of Agreement, which thereby automatically becomes a full recourse commercial contract 
 
3. Within FIVE (5) banking days, after DOA signed,  Receiver will pay the Banking Administrative Charges and Transmission Fees in the amount of EUR€…. (…Euro) to the PROVIDER’s bank account, that will be deducted from the final payment.
 
4. Within TEN (10) banking days, upon receipt of the Bank Charges Administrative Fee, Provider’s issuing bank will send pre-advice MT799 (EXHIBIT A) to initiate the Bank to Bank process, followed by MT760.  Provider’s Issuing bank sends swift MT799 and a copy of swift to Receiver to confirm the swift.
 
5. Within TEN (10) banking days of receipt of the pre-advice MT799 by Receiving Bank, Receiver’s bank will send a Swift MT799 RWA response to PROVIDER’s Sending Bank, to send the bank instrument via Swift MT760 to RECEIVER’S receiving bank, with copy of the Swift to PROVIDER.  
 
6. Within TEN (10) banking days, the PROVIDER’s Issuing Bank will deliver the SBLC by SWIFT MT760 (EXHIBIT B) to the RECEIVER’s Receiving Bank, 
 
7. Within fifteen (15) banking days, after RECEIVED AND VERIFIED swift MT 760, the Receiver’s bank will pay via wire transfer swift MT-103/202 from receiving bank the final payment Lease fees %… ON FACE VALUE of the STANDBY LETTER OF CREDIT to the bank coordinates designed by the Provider and intermediaries, AS PER ANNEXED IRREVOCABLE CORPORATE PROTECTION AGREEMENT.
 
8. Within fifteen (15) banking days after receipt of all fees including the Consultancy Fees, the hard copy of the STANDBY  LETTER OF CREDIT will be sent to Receiving Bank by bank-bonded courier. 
 
9. Should Beneficiary/LESSEE default paying Purchase Fees and TransactioN Fees as stipulated in this DOA within stipulated time after receipt Swift MT-760, PROVIDER shall instruct Issuing Bank to put a claim on SBLC thereby forcing Receiving Bank to return Swift MT-760 SBLC to the Issuing Bank.
 
10. THIS DOA IS A FULL RECOURSE COMMERCIAL COMMITMENT GOVERNED BY THE LAW OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND STANDARDS UNDER ICC REGULATION. 

Bank Instrument Providers for Bank Instrument Receivers

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