EXIM offers a diverse set of tools that can streamline the exporting process and expedite sales. Below is material specific to buyers, lenders, and brokers that addresses their individual needs.
Country Limitation Schedule
Need to see if EXIM operates at a certain level, or at all, in your market? Check our Country Limitation Schedule before you go any further!
Want to find a broker in your area, or a lender that has experience working with EXIM? These are great ways to help ensure smooth transactions with EXIM.
EXIM Online is an interactive, web-based process that now allows exporters, brokers and financial institutions to transact with EXIM electronically.
Commercial Interest Reference Rates (CIRR)
Commercial Interest Reference Rates are the official lending rates of Export Credit Agencies.
Get Help Applying
Looking for another way to apply? We highly recommend contacting one of our experts at a Regional Export Finance Center.
We strongly encourage the use of specialist insurance brokers by exporters and lenders who are interested in export credit insurance. Brokers provide a number of valuable services to existing and prospective policyholders, and they receive their compensation from commissions paid by EXIM Bank. There is no charge to the policyholder.
REPP brings state, county, and local non-profit economic development entities together with EXIM Bank in a partnership designed to expand export opportunities.
If you have the local market knowledge and the ability to reach it, EXIM Bank offers trade finance expertise and programs specifically tailored to support U.S.-based exporters. By cooperating and pooling strengths, we can accomplish together what neither could do alone.
EXIM Online (EOL) User Guides
"…the Export-Import Bank has created a wholly new program of export financing which now provides U.S. business with credit facilities equal to any in the world."
President John F. Kennedy, July 18, 1963
Events You Should Attend
Attending an in-person or remote trade finance event is one of the best ways that small business entrepreneurs, larger exporters, and foreign importers of U.S. goods and services can learn more about how to make exporting simpler, safer, and more effective.
Note: This is Pacific Time Zone.
Please join the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) with our partner, the National Small Business Association (NSBA) and their international trade arm, the Small Business Exporters Association (SBEA) to learn about EXIM’s trade financing support to drive economic recovery.
Lunch & Learns will be focused on the prior session topic where participants meet for questions and answers. The sessions will help participants to develop a well thought out export strategy and how to execute it. Export plans help entrepreneurs understand the facts, constraints, and goals around an international effort. Written plans give a clear understanding of specific steps that need to be taken and help assure a commitment to exporting over the longer term. Without a plan, your business may overlook better long-term growth opportunities outside of the domestic market. Sample Outline of an Export Plan to be used.