The EXIM Bank is a demand-driven institution that empowers U.S. exporters to increase their sales abroad and support quality jobs at home. When American businesses are unable to access private export financing, EXIM fills the gaps by equipping them with the tools necessary to compete for global sales. In doing so, the Bank levels the playing field for U.S. exporters facing stiff foreign competition in overseas markets. EXIM helps American businesses of all sizes; no transaction is too small for EXIM.
While most of our website is devoted to U.S. Exporters, you can also find dedicated pages here on our website for brokers, lenders, congressional and government stakeholders, U.S. product importers, trade and city partners, media, and current customers.
U.S. Product Importer
Learn how to work with EXIM Bank to finance your purchase of American goods and services.
Regional Export Promotion Program (REPP)
Get to your pertinent information or learn about the program.
This program works with Trade Associations, Chambers of Commerce, and other groups to connect their members with the tools needed to compete in the global marketplace.
Minority & Women-Owned Business Program works closely with other government agencies and business development associations that have a minority trade focus.
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