2 Presented By: Pru Balatero Regional Manager SBA International Trade Programs c/o Seattle U.S. Export Assistance Center The Westin Building 2001 Sixth Avenue, Suite 2610 Seattle, WA Tel: (206) , ext
3 Local SBA Contact Nelida Irvine Lender Relations Specialist SBA Anchorage District Office 420 L Street, Suite 300 Anchorage, AK Telephone:
4 U.S. Small Business Administration Exporters: Financing Their Export Trade Orders Helping firms to grow their foreign sales.
5 SBA Loan Guarantee a Programs for Exporters International ti Trade Loan Program Export Working Capital Program Export Express Program
6 International Trade Loans Program is for Exporters and Indirect Exporters Use of loan proceeds: Permanent Working Capital; Fixed Assets Financing, e.g., Real Estate and facilities improvement; Purchase machinery and equipment. Maximum Loan Amount, $5 million Maximum Guaranty, $4.5 million (90%) Max. Terms: Real Estate, 25 years; WC, 10 years; M&E, life of the product Refinancing permitted L t f SBA l ( ) l Loan guaranty fee same as SBA regular 7(a) loan program, depends on maturity and loan amount
7 ITL & EWCP Loan Limits When Combined Maximum combined loan is $5 million gross Maximum Amount of SBA guaranty $4.5 million EWCP Guaranteed Amt.: $4 million max. ITL Guaranteed Amt.: the difference
8 ITL Eligibility Loan attributes same as Standard 7(a) except no short term loans; PLP processing allowed. 1. Small Business Applicant submits an export business plan that reasonably supports the likelihood of expanded export sales and/or indirect export sales from use of loan proceeds (see detailed handout) Or, 2. Small Business Applicant adversely affected by import competition, can support the fact the loan will improve its competitive position.
9 Export Working Capital Program Supplemental Agreement required for Lender participation, can make request to Nelida Irvine (SBA Form 750EX) 90% Guaranty $4.5 million is maximum SBA guaranteed portion of a $5 million loan, the max. gross loan amount Either Transactional financing or Asset Based financing No pre-determined minimum financial ratios Structure: Single Transaction or Revolving Line for Multiple Transactions Quick turnaround:10 business days or less
10 Export Working Capital Program Eligibility Company meets SBA size standards d Based on NAICS Wholesalers: Max. 100 employees ees Manufacturing & Processing: Max. 500 employees Retailers and Service: Max. Annual Revenue - Varies by Industry Alternative size standard: tangible net worth $15 million or less and average net income for 2 full fiscal years $5 million or less excluding any carry- over losses Product is titled and shipped from U.S. No U.S. content requirement; Military sales, OK In business 12 months or proven expertise
11 EWCP - Indirect Exporter Is Eligible Applicants who produce products or services that enter into the export channel, but do not directly export their products are eligible for EWCP financing, e.g., Manufacturers using an Export Trading Company Suppliers to other domestic manufacturers Requires a simple certification (e.g. a letter, invoice, contract or order) from domestic customer that goods purchased from applicant are in fact being exported.
12 EWCP Use of Proceeds To Provide Working Capital for labor, materials and related overhead to Perform on Export Orders or Contracts (Pre-Export financing) To Finance Export Receivables (Post-Export financing) To Support Standby Letters of Credit used as Bid Bonds or Performance Bonds
13 EWCP Loan Types Single Transaction Loan Transaction Based Revolving Line of Credit Asset Based Line of Credit
14 Minimizing the Foreign Financial Risk Lenders can utilize SBA s Loan Guarantee Programs What can small business exporters do? Have their foreign P.O./contracts supported either by LCs from Buyer s bank or Export Credit Insurance. Assignment of those proceeds to Lender for loan collateral
15 Export Credit Insurance 95% Coverage for non payment associated with foreign Accounts Receivable (Commercial and Political Risks) Insurance Providers: Export Import Bank of the United States (EXIMBank) or Private Sector Insurers EXIMBank provides a 25% discount on its small business ECI policy to exporters with a SBA EWCP loan. EXIMBank s Country Limitation Schedule, see
16 A Few Examples from EXIMBANK S Country Limitation Schedule (CLS) X indicates export credit insurance support is NOT available Public Sector Private Sector Country Up to 1 1 to 7 Over 7 Up to 1 1 to 7 Over 7 NOTES Year Years Years Year Years Years Argentina X X X X 1, 13 Australia Bangladesh 1, 4, 5 Belgium Cameroon X 4, 5, 6a, 10, 13 China 2 Cuba X X X X X X 7 Honduras
17 INTERNATIONAL TRADE METHODS OF PAYMENT EXPORTER S Advantage Cash in Advance Sight Letters of Credit Usance or Time Letters of Credit Sight Draft Collection (Documents Against Payment) Time Draft Collection (Documents Against Acceptance) Use Export Credit Insurance Open p Account (Use Export Credit Insurance) IMPORTER S Advantage
18 No Credit Insurance Required if: 1 Receivables are from financially i sound corporations, multinationals or highly rated governmental entities with minimal political risk. Or 2. Exporter can provide favorable Ledger Experience with specific accounts over a significant period of time.
19 Transaction Based Line of Credit Advances are made based on foreign P.O. or contract value Supported by L/C or Export Credit Insurance, e.g., EXIMBank ECI policy (contact SBA for list of export credit insurance brokers) Strong Foreign Buyers can be approved on uninsured, open account terms Note: EXIMBank provides a 25% discount on its small business export credit Note: EXIMBank provides a 25% discount on its small business export credit insurance policy to exporters having a SBA EWCP loan.
20 Asset Based Line of Credit Advances made against borrowing base certificate and aging of foreign receivables & export inventory schedule Account Receivables usually must be supported by credit insurance or irrevocable Letter(s) of Credit Note: EXIMBank provides a 25% discount on its small business export credit insurance policy to exporters having a SBA EWCP loan.
21 EWCP It s the Transaction Exporter s ability to perform Transaction evidenced by Purchase Order, L/C or signed contract Performance history Acceptable payment by foreign buyer Cash in Advance Letter of Credit Documentary Collections (export credit insured) Open Account (export credit insured) Open Account (no export credit insurance, a financially strong buyer)
22 EWCP - Advance Rates Transaction based - limited to exporter s cost of the product being exported (materials, labor and overhead) NTE 90%. Asset based - NTE 90% on acceptable foreign Receivables and NTE 75% on eligible Inventory Adequate Lender collateral management system required
23 EWCP - Collateral Self-liquidating loan (foreign buyer s payments directly ypay down on loan via Lender s controlled account First lien on all assets being financed Assignment of proceeds: letters of credit, export credit insurance and transactions financed Personal guarantees of all owners of 20% or more Other collateral on a case-by-case basis
24 EWCP Loan Fees & Interest Rates Low one time guaranty fee of ¼ of 1% of the guaranteed portion for loans with a maturity of 12 months or less. Each year, the loan is reissued, the SBA loan guarantee fee is paid again Business and lender negotiate and determine Interest Rate and lender fees. Caps of SBA s Standard 7(a) loan program do not apply. Lender pays SBA servicing fee: presently 55 basis points per annum on average outstanding balance each month.
25 EWCP Loan Analysis Is the transaction doable? Can the exporter perform? Is the repayment source reliable?
26 Application Procedure Borrower/Lender prepare the required loan application materials, ref. EWCP Application Checklist Lender approves loan application and submits loan package to SBA with a request for a SBA loan guarantee SBA responds within 10 business days Lender can request SBA to become a PLP EWCP Lender
27 Export Express Program Became a permanent program in 2010, requiring a Supplemental Agreement to participate. Lenders can request authorization from SBA District Office Loans and Lines of Credit $500,000 max. Approved banks make their own credit decision, use their own forms and receive a 90% guarantee for loans up to $350,000 and 75% guarantee for loans from $350,001 to $500,000 max.
28 Eligibility: Export Express Applicant in business for at least 12 months (not necessarily in exporting) possible to waive. Proceeds are to be used to develop or expand their export markets. Applicant is not selling in a prohibited country: Presently Burma, Cuba, Iran, N. Korea, Sudan or Syria (Ref. EXIMBank s Country Limitation Schedule, Note #7). Proceeds are not financing offshore operations Borrower provides an estimate of first year export sales from loan approval date
29 Export Express Use of Proceeds Transaction-specific financing of export deals, including support of standby letters of credit General lines of credit for export purposes, term NTE 7 years, up to 30% can be used for domestic purposes p
30 Export Express Use of Proceeds Continued Term loans for fixed assets acquisition: machinery and equipment, facility improvements/real estate; and permanent working capital Export development activities such as brochure translation, participation in a trade show/trade mission, i overseas marketing efforts to initiate or expand its exports. For loans of $25,000 or less, lenders not required to take collateral
31 Export Express Program Guarantee and Servicing Fees For the guaranteed portion of the loan: Maturity 12 months or less: ¼ of 1% fee For Loan Maturity exceeding 12 months: A. Loan amount $150,000 or less, 2% fee, lender may retain 25% of the fee B. Loan amount greater than $150,000 and up to $500,000 the maximum gross loan amount, 3% fee C. Lender s Servicing fee to SBA during FY 2012 is 55 basis points per annum rate on outstanding balance each month
32 Export Express Program s Other Provisions Max. Interest Rates: Loans $50,000 or less: Prime+6.5%; Over $50,000: 5, Prime+4.5% 45 Max. Maturity: Max. 7 years for Revolving LOC; Real Estate/Facility improvements 25 years; WC 10 years; M&E useful life Collateral Policy: Loans $25,000 or less, no collateral required. Over $25,000, lenders may use their own collateral policies used for their non SBA guaranteed loans.
33 Lenders: Important Documents & Forms SBA SOP (E) Lender and Loan Programs SBA Form 750EX Supplemental Guaranty Agreement for EWCP Lender Training Manual EWCP EWCP Loan Application Checklist, including SBA Forms 84 1; 413; 912 and 4506T Export Credit Insurance Overview EXIMBank s Country Limitation it ti Schedule hdl Export Express Forms: 1919; 1920SX Parts B & C SBA Form Supplemental Guaranty Agreement for Export Express
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