SMEs can now enjoy seamless and secure trading and financing via Trusple with DBS Bank. Trusple is a service platform for international trade and related financial services powered by AntChain’s proprietary technology. Buyers and sellers can now trade their products along the Singapore-China corridor and access trade financing digitally in real-time.
Trusple is suitable for your business if you are an SME
that imports goods from China.
looking to get secure and quicker trade financing approvals.
You will need to have a DBS Corporate Bank Account and an import trade credit facility.
Start trading on Trusple if you meet the above requirements by following these 3 steps:
- Step 1: Register on Trusple and link your DBS Bank account.
- Step 2: Apply for Bank Payment Undertaking (BPU) Service and link it to your existing import trade credit facility. Note: A credit facility with DBS Bank is required before we can activate the BPU Service.
- Step 3: You may now draft Purchase Orders and establish smart contracts with your supplier(s).
Don't have an import trade credit facility with us?
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New to DBS?
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Resources: Trusple User Guide
From 1 June to 31 August 2021, receive a S$50 rebate on your first transaction fee for eligible transaction made via AutoPay or BPU issuance.*
*You are required to link your DBS Bank account and/or trade facility and conduct your first AutoPay/BPU Issuance transaction on Trusple via DBS Bank. The S$50 (or equivalent) rebate is a one-time offer and will be credited within 3 months from the eligible transaction.
Does my China seller need to be a DBS customer to use Trusple?
No. However, your seller needs to be a registered user on Trusple.
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