International or reverse flow
Organizations seeking international or reverse-flow operations need a surety team that not only understands the complexities of international bond issuance, but has the resources and global reach to make it happen.
That’s why Liberty Mutual is a top-tier choice for U.S. companies seeking bonds outside the U.S., as well as non-U.S. companies operating in the U.S. that require domestic bonds. With facilities located in 18 countries, we’ve also built a network of affiliated organizations and fronting relationships that ensure robust bond issuance capabilities around the world.
Whether a bond is placed through us or through one of our trusted fronting partners, our specialty bonds team has the expertise and drive to anticipate your needs and respond swiftly.
A global network of bond options
We dedicate a team to facilitating bond issuance across our global operations. Our Global Service Center (GSC) acts as a “trading desk” capable of placing bonds in more than 60 countries, with a specific focus on cross-border business. GSC employees have multilingual capabilities and experience with international markets, so you can be confident your bond needs are being handled appropriately and efficiently.
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