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HOW CAN WE SUPPORT YOU?

The Export-Import Bank has a variety of flexible products that are designed to meet your specific needs. While we are most interested in making recommendations for your business by getting the details of your needs directly, you may be interested in learning more about what we can do for you, or seeing how we have worked with other companies to position them for success. Our financing experts will be happy to talk when you’re ready.

Customer Testimonials &
Success Stories

scrap metal
Specalloy exports reusable scrap and waste materials processed from auto mufflers and catalytic converters.The company was determined to grow but needed funding. Ex-Im Bank's working capital guarantee...
bunker ship
Bunkers International, Inc., based in Lake Mary, Florida, provides marine fuel and bunkering service to ships from Colombia, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Turkey, Greece, Hong Kong, Brazil, Chile, and South...

Upcoming
Events

MAY 27
Erie, PA

Think exporting is only for the big guys? Think again! 97 percent of all U.S. exporters are small to medium sized companies and of that group two-thirds of those companies haveless than 20 employees. Small businesses looking to increase sales and profit, reduce dependence on the domestic market and stabilize seasonal fluctuations should consider growing their exports. This half-day program will emphasize why exporting is good for your bottom line and make you aware of the tools and assistance available to make your company an exporting success! 

MAY 28
Jamestown, NY

Discover programs and resources to grow your business in the global marketplace. Discuss challenges and solutions with other local manufacturers and learn about pro-business initiatives provided by the Department of Commerce, Small Business Adminstration, and EXIM Bank.

Office Of Congressional &
Intergovernmental Affairs

Our office supports and keeps elected officials and their staff informed on how we support American jobs by financing U.S. exports. We also respond to Congressional concerns, and help elected officials educate their constituents on Ex-Im financing tools through hosting local events. Contact Our Office

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Facts About EXIM

Nearly $14 billion—more than 68 percent—of Ex-Im Bank authorizations supported U.S. exports to emerging markets in 2014.

Notices &
News

Notices

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