STANDBY LETTER OF CREDIT

A bank is protected if a customer defaults on a transaction by a standby letter of credit giving the bank the authority to pay the beneficiary and go after the customer to recoup cash flow. Refer to confirmed latter of credit, direct pay letter of credit

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