Santiago-based HNS Banco has licensed the BanComex trade finance product from Surecomp. Established in 1991, HNS Banco is one of Chile’s foremost boutique banks. Dedicated to the small and medium enterprise market, HNS offers products and services tailored to this rapidly growing niche market. The licensing of BanComex is a natural expansion of the bank’s product and services portfolio, which already include current accounts, investment options, international factoring and leasing. With the addition of BanComex, HNS Banco will now offer letters of credit, collections and trade finance loans to the market. The implementation of BanComex at HNS Banco will be will be handled by Surecomp’s local support team in Santiago.
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