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Evergreen International Financial, services and products are offered to clients worldwide from its worldwide sources Evergreen International Financial  consultant have prime sources ,which these Principals, Financials, Lendings, providers located USA – EUROPE – ASIA - and Australia where the financial environment is free of the constraints that hamper the sourcing of this type of finance in the United States and worldwide. 

The process of raising capital can be very complex and time consuming. Too much time devoted to this process can cause executives to take their eyes off running the business. Don't let that happen to you. Reguest us..
We offer a diverse range of options to solve your finance problems.which as follows: 

CREDIT ENHANGEMENT
Credit Enhancement (also known as Asset Enhancement or Collateral Enhancement)
Asset Enhancement
Asset Securitization
Credit Enhancement
Collateral Enhancement
(referred to hereinafter as Credit Enhancement)
Proof of Funds documentation provides you with substantial proof of unencumbered funds at your disposal. The fee for provision of the Proof of Funds is placed in an Escrow Account (Trust Fund) until you are supplied with your documentation.
Contact us to ascertain the cost of arranging Proof of Funds. Previously not available, we can now arrange Proof of Funds for less than US$10M.
Contact us for more detailed Proof of Funds explanation.
Funding Commitments
Contemplating raising funds through a bank guarantee, medium term note, debenture or other financial instrument? Not prepared to take the risk of spending time and effort and money without the assurance that the instrument will be purchased?
Perhaps you already have such an instrument and wish to sell it?
If so, we can help.
We offer you a Funding Commitment. Here's how it works:
• a Funding Commitment fee is paid into an Escrow Account (Trust Fund) - see Our lending issue Fees 4.5% but min 3%. Must prof
• trust consult fee 1%
• the instrument must be rated investment grade (AA or better) by Standard and Poor (S & P) and Moodys;
• the instrument must be screenable once issued;
• our commitment is valid for 30 days;
• the purchase price of the instrument is 2% less than the market price of the instrument (for amounts up to US$10M - larger amounts by negotiation).
Prior to issue of the instrument we will work with you ascertain an indication of the value of the instrument, allowing you to proceed to issue with confidence.
These Funding Commitments will be endorsed by our providers bank.
Contact us for more information.

Standby Letter of Credit
Standby Letters of Credit originated in the United States primarily in the form of a payment undertaking but intended to be used only as a fall-back (“standby") in the event of default by the principal under the underlying contract.
From a legal perspective, the Standby Letter of Credit is simply another term for the Demand Guarantee; but since banks in the United States are not normally permitted to issue guarantees, the term “Standby Letter of Credit” was adopted in order to avoid the language of guarantee. For the same reason, Standby Letters of Credit have been brought within the ambit of the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP). Standby Letters of Credit are issued in accordance with International Standby Practices (ISP) 98, Publication No. 590 of the International Chamber of Commerce.

Demand Guarantees

A Demand Guarantee (also called an independent, autonomous or first demand guarantee) is an irrevocable undertaking issued by the guarantor, upon instructions or request of the principal to pay the beneficiary any sum that may be demanded by that beneficiary up to a maximum amount determined in the guarantee, upon presentation of a demand conforming with the terms of the guarantee.
Demand Guarantees are primarily used for raising funds by securing the payment of the underlying client by the bank guaranteeing payment.

What is the difference between a Demand Guarantee and a Standby Letter of Credit?
Demand Guarantees are issued under the Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees (URDG) as set out in International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) publication 458. The URDG are the only currently available contractual rules exclusively devoted to Demand Guarantees and Counter Guarantees.
No other ICC or other non-governmental organization rules are devoted to the subject, including the following:
Uniform Customs and Practices for Documentary Credits (ICC Publication 500) govern documentary credits.
International Standby Practices ISP98 (ICC publication 590) govern standby letters of credit.
Uniform Rules for Contract Bonds (ICC publication 524) govern accessory guarantees.
Uniform Rules for Contract Guarantees (ICC publication 325) govern guarantees of a hybrid nature which combine characteristics of independent undertakings and accessory undertaking.
The United Nations Convention on Independent Guarantees and Stand-By Letters of Credit, which applies to demand guarantees, in fact consists of legislative rules, primary aimed at adoption by states. It does not offer contractual rules to be chosen by the parties to a particular guarantee or counter-guarantee.

The following Bonds and Guarantees can also be arranged:
Surety Default Bonds
Tender Guarantees (Bid Bonds)
Performance Guarantees
Advance Payment Guarantees
Retention Money Guarantees
Maintenance Guarantees
Documentary Letter of Credit
Standby Letter of Credit

What is the difference between a
Demand Guarantee and a Standby letter of Credit
From a legal perspective, a Standby Letter of Credit is simply another term for a Demand Guarantee; but since banks in the United States are not normally permitted to issue guarantees, the term “Standby Letter of Credit” was adopted in order to avoid the language of guarantee. For the same reason, Standby Letters of Credit have been brought within the ambit of the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP).
 
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