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Ready to apply for Export Documentary letter of credit? 

Before you get started, here are some things you may need to know.

Who can apply?

Businesses seeking secure payments from international customers.

What you need to know before applying

To transact online, you require WinTrade access. Call our International Trade Solutions team on 1300 656 251 for more information.

Ways to apply

Online

If you’re a Westpac customer with WinTrade access, you can transact online. If you require WinTrade access, call our International Trade Solutions team on 1300 656 251.

Offline

When you are ready to submit your export documentary letter of credit, print, complete and return the below relevant forms.

Export documentary collection forms

Scenario Form Instructions
You need an export lodgement form when presenting export documents to Westpac for forwarding overseas. The form provides instructions for dealing with documentary credit or documentary collection, as well as payment of proceeds.   Export lodgement form (PDF 152KB) Read the instructions
An on demand draft or bill of exchange is a demand for sight payment issued by one party (the seller) on another party (the buyer). This form is to be used in conjunction with the export lodgement instructions. On demand draft form (PDF 25KB) Read the instructions
A term draft or bill of exchange is a demand for term payment issued by one party (the seller) on another party (the buyer). This form is to be used in conjunction with the export lodgement instructions. Term draft application (PDF 35KB) Read the instructions
Things you should know

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