Global business and risk management solutions

From paying a foreign supplier to executing a complete international strategy, doing business often requires a global perspective and support from a proven financial partner. Companies across industries rely on U.S. Bank for international solutions and knowledge to succeed across borders.

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Global trade and supply chain financing

Expand your global client and supplier base through a full suite of risk mitigation and working capital import and export solutions.

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FX, interest rate and commodity hedging

Currency (FX), commodity and interest rate volatility can negatively impact sales forecasts and asset and liability values. Create hedging strategies to help align outcomes with your risk philosophy, reduce volatility and enhance liquidity management.

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International payments and receivables

Create a thoughtful strategy to help your business move money around the world with powerful technology and international solutions.


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Global custody

Benefit from our decades of global custody network experience. We provide comprehensive solutions delivered through a dedicated point of contact. You’ll be supported by a team with access to more than 90 markets handling 70 currencies.


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Payment acceptance and processing

Accept card payments in 36 countries. Benefit from the ability to authorize 131 currencies and settle in 17 currencies. International cardholders will appreciate dynamic currency conversion, which can help reduce chargebacks.

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European trustee solutions

Need to manage your trust assets while meeting foreign and federal regulations? When it comes to navigating the U.S. and European debt and loan markets, rely on an experienced leader with the strategies and financial strength to help you succeed.

Expertise to help you achieve your goals

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Manage cross-border payments in challenging emerging markets.

Emerging markets present plenty of business opportunities. But transacting successfully in those markets takes a solid payments strategy that is conscious of variables like languages, tax systems and repatriation restrictions.

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Six risks you need to manage when expanding your global footprint.

The global market is always changing, with new opportunities and challenges arising every day. Here are several major risk factors in international trade to consider.

Get international commercial banking solutions that fit your goals.

Leverage our global knowledge to grow your business around the world.

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