David M. Sena joined the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) in 2001 in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer. He served as Vice President, Treasurer before being named Chief Financial Officer in 2012.
In October 2017, Mr. Sena was named the Senior Vice President of the Office of Board Authorized Finance (OBAF). OBAF is responsible for transactions underwritten for presentation to the Board of Directors and typically include medium-and long-term transactions above $10 million. This includes business development and underwriting of transactions, engineering and technical evaluation of the goods and services under consideration, disbursement of approved transactions, and management and reporting on the Bank's loan, guarantee, and insurance portfolio. OBAF ensures comprehensive management of EXIM transactions throughout the entire transaction life cycle. Mr. Sena is currently managing a $40 billion pipeline of potential deals and an existing portfolio of $70 billion.
Mr. Sena earned a BA at the Pennsylvania State University and a MBA at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.