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What is a Bank Guarantee?

            A bank guarantee is a guarantee from a lending institution ensuring the liabilities of a debtor will be met. In other words, if the debtor fails to settle a debt, the bank covers it. We can simply say that a bank guarantee is a promise from a bank or other lending institution that if a particular borrower defaults on a loan, the bank will cover the loss. Note that a bank guarantee is not the same as a letter of credit.

Types of Bank Guarantee?

A bid bond prevents companies from tendering bids and not accepting or executing the awarded contract.

A performance bond serves as collateral for the buyer’s costs incurred if services or goods are not provided as agreed in the contract.

A warranty bond serves as collateral ensuring ordered goods are delivered as agreed.

A payment guarantee assures a seller the purchase price is paid on a set date.

A credit security bond serves as collateral for repaying a loan.

A rental guarantee serves as collateral for rental agreement payments.

A confirmed payment order is an irrevocable obligation where the bank pays the beneficiary a set amount on a given date on the client’s behalf and so on...

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