Vietnam Trade Financing Program

Fast financing for footwear & garment manufacturers and exporters

Made in Vietnam! is a special financing program to assist Vietnamese manufacturers and exporters in overcoming the post-covid crisis.

The program is supported by a pool of world-known investors with a reserve of $500m USD, and intends to help companies unfreeze working capital and avoid deferred payments with pending invoices.

From 10K to 10M USD

We finance your invoices with a total limit up to 10 million USD.

Funding in 48 Hours

Do it online and get cash in 48 hours once the documents are signed

2 Documents Needed

To start financing: get your Stenn contract and buyer’s notification
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$500 million reserved for converting your current (and future) invoices into cash.

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Who can apply?

Any company (manufacturer or exporter) of shoes & garments, located in Vietnam, trading overseas, with turnover of over $300,000 USD per year, that practises deferred payments with buyers.

How does it work?

Is your company trading with deferred payments of 30-120 days, which is freezing the capital in your turnover? We can cover your pending invoices almost immediately, and later collect the money from your buyer; to save you time and money.

What will my company get?

Access to financing with limits of up to $15m USD per buyer, with financing in 48 hours once all documents are signed.

How much will it cost?

Our fees are usually between 1.7% and 2.3% of the invoice’s value.

The program is supported by a pool of world‑known investors with a reserve of $500m USD, and is brought to you by Stenn, an international financial provider based in the UK.

$4.0 billion

invoices financed since 2015

74 countries

covered by Stenn’s online trade finance platform

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