Improve your company’s cash flow cycle, profitability, and competitive advantage globally with Yuki Fujiyama, trade finance specialist from the U.S. Department of Commerce. Exchange your thoughts and ideas with savvy business owners, trade finance experts and eperienced Certified Global Business Professionals.
How to get paid from your export sales
How to increase export sales while reducing the risk of nonpayment by your foreign buyers
Opportunities for new and existing exporters
U.S. government export assistance resources
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Yuki Fujiyama is a trade finance specialist with the Office of Financial Services Industries in the International Trade Administration under the U. S. Department of Commerce. In this capacity, he works with commercial financial institutions where he helps to increase access to working capital, trade credits and financing for U.S. exporters, especially small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and their foreign buyers. In addition, Yuki serves as a member of the U.S. Department of Commerce liaison team to the U.S. Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank) and analyzes annually over 100 Ex-Im Bank financing proposals that support approximately $41 billion in U.S. export sales in markets or terms deemed too risky for commercial lenders to consider.
Mr. Fujiyama is the author of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Trade Finance Guide: A Quick Reference for U.S. Exporters—a concise and easy-to-understand guide designed to help U.S. exporters, especially SMEs, quickly learn how to get paid from export sales.
Mr. Fujiyama is a recipient of the Commerce Department's individual Silver Medal Award for Personal and Professional Excellence (November 2009) and is a 2012 graduate of the Executive Leadership Development Program, a highly competitive 18-month training platform designed to develop high potential employees for leadership positions in the U.S. Department of Commerce.
From 1993 to 1999, Mr. Fujiyama served as a legislative assistant to California U.S. Congressman George E. Brown, Jr. Among his accomplishments on Capitol Hill, he was instrumental in drafting the original version of H.R.1151, the Credit Union Membership Access Act, a bill to restore the consumer's right to choose to join and continue their access to credit unions, which was signed into law as P.L.105-219 on August 7, 1998. Both Rep. Brown and Yuki received a presidential signing pen used to enact H.R. 1151 from President Bill Clinton. His assignments on Capitol Hill included foreign affairs, international trade, banking and financial institutions, consumer finance, small business, and tax issues; and U.S.-Japan cooperation in science, space and technology under the jurisdiction of the Committee on Science of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Mr. Fujiyama holds a BBA from Loyola Marymount University and an MBA from California State University. In addition, Mr. Fujiyama holds the designation of International Certified Credit Executive from FCIB