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PrimaDollar Brings Its Supply Chain Trade Finance Platform To India

PrimaDollar launches supply chain trade finance in India allowing large importers to take control over how international suppliers are funded and paid. The global trade finance platform, is further targeting savings for the sector of at least US$50 mio.

Mumbai December 18 2020: Following its successful launch in the UK, PrimaDollar is bringing its market leading “supply chain trade finance” platform to India. Supply chain trade finance is a different way for large corporates to manage how international suppliers are funded and paid. Replacing LCs and other bank trade finance instruments, it delivers immediate cost savings, reduces street prices for goods, and improves India’s international competitiveness. With the top 100 Indian importers bringing in over US$30 billion in goods every year, PrimaDollar is targeting savings for this sector of at least US$50mio.

Fully aligned with the “Make in India” program, PrimaDollar’s platform can help Indian companies to compete both locally and internationally by reducing the input cost of materials and components required in the development and manufacture of goods for sale. 

 After its successful launch in the UK and European markets, PrimaDollar has adjusted the platform to fit with Indian regulations, aligning itself entirely with the “Make in India” program, the customs, practices and norms of the Indian banks, and the Indian foreign exchange control regime. This process has been supported by the leading Indian and international corporate law firm.

The supply chain trade finance platform connects importers, exporters, local banks, logistics providers and funders together. The entire international supply chain is then being managed, funded and controlled by the importer through one process, irrespective of how the goods are being moved and where they are coming from. This allows whole import supply chain to move onto standard open account terms, whilst Indian banks or international partners provide funding to ensure that exporters are paid at shipment whilst importers pay later. 

Commenting on the same, Swati Babel, CEO PrimaDollar India, said, “It has been a lot of work to adjust our successful supply chain trade finance platform to fit with Indian market requirements. But now this has been done, with the excellent support of the leading corporate law firm, Indian companies and their Indian relationship lenders can now take advantage of this leading trade

Source: Business World

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