back-to-back credit

Definition:

an arrangement for financing the purchase of goods which are first supplied to an intermediary who then supplies them to the ultimate purchaser. The ultimate purchaser applies for a letter of credit to be issued in favour of the intermediary; this credit is used by the intermediary as security when applying for the issue of a further credit or credits in favour of the suppliers of the goods.



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