浏览数量：2 作者:汪子旭 发布时间： 2020-01-09 来源：经济参考报
On the 26th, the "Guiding Opinions on Improving Foreign Trade Financial Services" issued by the China Banking Regulatory Commission, the Ministry of Commerce and the Foreign Exchange Bureau proposed that bancassurance institutions should continue to increase trade in services, cross-border e-commerce, manufacturing transformation and upgrading, and gradient transfers. , International industry capacity and equipment manufacturing cooperation and other new formats, new areas of service strength, foster new advantages in foreign trade competition. Encourage bancassurance institutions to connect with a standardized and reputable foreign trade comprehensive service platform and use its credit enhancement function and information advantages in enterprise production, trading, customs clearance, tax refunds, etc. to provide more small and micro foreign trade enterprises with financial services.
In terms of improving comprehensive financial services, the Opinions propose that banks and insurance institutions be encouraged to keep up with foreign trade development trends, make reasonable use of domestic and overseas market resources, and actively develop foreign trade financial services, providing payment and settlement, financing and financing, financial planning, risk management, tariff Foreign trade financial products and services such as guarantee insurance, export credit insurance, and overall solutions for foreign trade finance. Encourage banks to promote the integration and development of domestic and foreign trade, domestic and foreign currencies, and domestic and foreign businesses to meet the needs of domestic production organizations of foreign trade enterprises.
At the same time, the "Opinions" proposed the innovation of receivables financing. Banks are encouraged to carry out foreign trade receivables financing and related business innovations on the premise of carefully assessing the authenticity and stability of receivables and effectively controlling the normal balance level of receivables to achieve flexibility in credit granting, lending and repayment. Arrangement to adapt to the characteristics of “small quantity and quick turnover” in foreign trade. On the basis of effectively controlling the supply chain information flow, logistics, capital flow and perfecting the transaction structure, banks are encouraged to develop upstream and downstream domestic and overseas supply chain financial services around core enterprises.