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International Banking

{{alt}}Johnson Bank's international banking tools help your company compete in the global market and reduce your risk while expediting trade.

Letters of Credit Our Products
Letters of credit are widely used as a method of payment for imports and exports in international trade. They can also be used domestically to facilitate trade without the risk of open account or cash in advance transactions.
  • Import Letters of Credit
  • Export Letters of Credit
  • Standby Letters of Credit
Foreign Exchange Our Tools
Predicting the fluctuation of foreign currencies is challenging, yet very important to operate in the global market. Johnson Bank's Foreign Exchange services will help your company manage the flow of foreign currency transactions and provide you with resources that help reduce the risk associated with fluctuating foreign exchange rates and international trading.
  • Foreign Currency
  • Foreign Currency Check Deposits
  • Foreign Exchange Contracts
International Payment Services Our Services
Initiating international payments can be tricky and time‐consuming. Rely on Johnson Bank to facilitate your company's international wire transfers and drafts in a secure and controlled environment.
  • International Wire Transfers
  • International Drafts
  • Documentary Import/Export Collections
  • Foreign Check Collections

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Resources

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    In the experience rating process, each loss is divided into a primary and excess portion. The first $16,500 of every loss is determined as a primary loss, with everything above that point considered an excess loss. In July 2011, the NCCI announced a proposal

  • articlesExperience Modification Factor Explained

    Your Experience Modification Factor can be explained as follows: The mod is a ratio of actual losses to expected losses over a 3 year period If your actual losses are more than expected, then your mod is over 1.0 If your actual losses are

  • articlesDealing with Disruption Takes Muscle

    Savvy, competitive business owners know disruption is a constant. No matter the industry, it's not a question of whether you must deal with disruptive forces — it's when. For many major industries, the “when” is now — and it's

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