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A bank guarantee is a written statement by a bank by which the bank irrevocably undertakes to pay the creditor (the person entitled under the guarantee) a certain amount of money according to the content of the guarantee document if the debtor (client/principal) fails to fulfill the guarantee.
Take advantage of the possibility of securing your business in the form of a bank guarantee.
You can also resolve the application for a bank guarantee through Tatra banka's sales network (branches, corporate centers or departments of large corporate clients).
Approval through the sales network is preceded by:
submission of an application for a bank guarantee, including the annexes set out therein,
agreement between the bank and the client on the method of securing liabilities and the amount of fees.
If you are interested in this product, contact your business advisor at the Tatra banka branch or the relationship manager at the bank's headquarters, with whom you will go through the details.
Benefits of a bank guarantee
Stabilize your business activities and minimize business risks thanks to the bank guarantee.
With a guarantee you enhance your credibility with business partners (the beneficiary of the guarantee).
A bank guarantee allows you to negotiate more favorable commercial conditions with your business partners (postponed payment, advance payment, release of retention money, substitution of cash in the account of a contracting authority or lessor of commercial premises, etc.).
In international trade, guarantees can be defined according to the Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees issued by the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris and revised in 2010, Publ. 758, which incorporates international commercial practices.
A bank guarantee is a written declaration by a bank under which the bank irrevocably commits to pay to the creditor (beneficiary of the guarantee) a certain sum according to the content of the letter of guarantee if the debtor (the client/guarantee applicant) fails to fulfill the obligation secured by the bank guarantee.
Benefit for the buyer
Benefit for the seller
in a tender (bid bond)
ensures a range of serious bids
no need to pay a deposit in cash to the tender caller/buyer
option to have an invoice maturity postponed
payments for supplies secured by the bank
payment (for rent) guarantee
the lessee does not need to pay a deposit in cash to the lessor
the lessee’s payments to the lessor are secured by the bank
advance payment guarantee
if the delivery of goods fails, the bank guarantees the refund of the advance payment made
option to get an advance payment from the buyer
option of compensation in the event of poor-quality supplies or a failure to perform the contract
Provides a better position to get a contract from the buyer or a to meet the requirement for getting a contract
retention money guarantee
option of compensation in the event that the seller fails to eliminate faults
option to have the retained money released before the technical warranty expires
an importer does not have to pay the customs fees upon release of goods for a customs procedure
the payment of the customs fees to the customs office is secured by the bank
Types of bank guarantees
Choose one of the five types of bank guarantees according to your business needs.
The caller of a tender requires this to be submitted to secure the transaction if the bidder fails to meet the bidding terms when concluding the contract or withdraws the offer during its binding period. The tender bidder is the applicant for this guarantee.
Advance payment guarantee
The bank undertakes to refund the advance payment made by a buyer to a seller if the seller fails to or only partially delivers the respective goods. The seller is the applicant for this guarantee.
The bank assumes a guarantee for the debtor's payment upon the delivery of goods or services. The buyer is the applicant for this guarantee.
It is used to ensure the fulfillment of agreed contractual obligations. The bank may provide the guarantee throughout the work performance period or until expiration of the technical warranty (warranty guarantee). A performance bond may be an alternative for the buyer/customer to release the retention money (retention money guarantee). The seller/supplier/contractor is the applicant for this guarantee.
Under this guarantee, the bank undertakes to pay the customs fees (customs duty, VAT, excise duty). The importer or guarantor approved by the customs authorities is the applicant for this guarantee.
A bank guarantee is a written statement by the bank that the bank irrevocably undertakes to pay the creditor (the beneficiary of the guarantee) a certain amount of money according to the contents of the guarantee certificate if the debtor (the client / the guarantor of the guarantee) fails to fulfill the obligation guaranteed by the guarantee.