1. What Is Trade Credit Insurance?

    Trade credit insurance serves the purpose protecting you and your business in the event your customers cannot pay for goods or services you have provided. It essentially ensures that you grow profits while minimizing risks associated with extending credit. Credit insurance services provides you with the confidence to bring on new customers and improve access to funds at competitive rates. Credit i…Read More

  2. Benefits Of Export Credit Insurance

    The United States accounts for just 5% of the world’s population, which means that U.S. companies can benefit from real growth when exporting. While risk is inherent to growth, U.S. exporters of all sizes can protect themselves when selling to international customers on credit terms with export credit insurance services. Export credit insurance reduces the risk of foreign buyer non-payment when …Read More

  3. Why Insure Your A/R?

    Each time you grant credit to your customers, your company is exposed to the risk of non-payment. There is a greater chance that a business will experience a loss within its accounts receivable than any other asset. With an average of 40 percent of a company’s assets in the form of trade debts, accounts receivable services are a critical component of your balance sheet, directly affecting cash f…Read More

  4. The Importance Of Collections

    Intercontinental Growth Strategies is a corporation specializing in accounts receivables services and collections. Every business/creditor has an account receivables collection process in place. The difference between one business/creditor’s effectiveness in collecting debt usually depends on a few small but significant details. The first detail is the successful creditor makes collecting accoun…Read More

  5. What Is Export Credit Insurance?

    According to Mark Greene, a special form of credit insurance is available to exporters against losses from both commercial and political risks. In the United States, for example, export credit insurance is written through a consortium of insurance companies organized by the Foreign Credit Insurance Association (FCIA). The Export-Import Bank of the United States assumes the ultimate liability for l…Read More

  6. Smart Protection With Receivables Insurance

    Why Do You Need Accounts Receivables Insurance? You need to offer competitive payment terms to your customers. What happens if they go out of business, file for bankruptcy, run short on cash or don’t pay your invoices for some other reason? Accounts receivable services and insurance protects against defaults resulting from customers insolvencies, business closure, ownership changes, cashflow pro…Read More

  7. Why Credit Insurance Is Necessary

    Each time you grant credit to your customers, your company is exposed to the threat of non-payment. There is a greater chance that a business will experience a loss within its accounts receivable than any other asset. With an average of 40% of a company’s assets in the form of trade debts, accounts receivables are a critical part of your balance sheet directly affecting cash flow and profitabili…Read More