We are a modern and dynamic boutique finance company of Switzerland. We facilitate traditional Swiss methodologies practices of discretion, strength, and reliability.
Our ability to combine modern financial dynamics enables us to lead the marketing when facilitating corporate finance, financial restructuring and to raise additional capital for companies and corporations in need.
We operate based on our company vision of “Delivering excellence; On-time and on-target.”
A Standby Letter of Credit, also known as an SLBC is a legal document that secures the commitment from a bank, of a payment to a seller in the event that a buyer defaults on an agreement. A Standby Letter of Credit facilitates the international trade between two beneficiaries, that work within different jurisdictions.
The act of ‘Leasing’ a Standby Letter of Credit, should be referred to by its correct term of Collateral Transfer. These Collateral Transfer facilities are very effective and flexible facilities that work for a new start and well-established companies or to bolster or enter trade positions and programmes.
IntaCapital Swiss will provide and guide you through the full process of applying for a Collateral Transfer facility, which is often referred to as ‘Leased’ Standby Letter of Credit or ‘Lease’ SBLC.
When applying for Collateral Transfer facilities, you should always look to use a reputable facilitator. At IntaCapital Swiss, our core team encompasses 150 years’ worth of experience, of which we offer our clients the utmost professionalism and advice, in the delivery of unique and bespoke financial facilities.
To give you a better understanding of these facilities and to help guide you through the many options and providers out there, we have provided a free downloadable guide booklet.
We have worked with clients in over 28 Countries Worldwide, successfully facilitating bespoke financial funding
In the last 10 years alone, we have provided funding solutions to clients worldwide in excess of 800,000,000 Swiss Francs
Proudly operating in one of the worlds most highly regulated countries, Switzerland