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EXIM plays the role of guaranteeing an export loan thru your bank or private lender to help secure financing for international sales. A lender receives a loan “guarantee” from EXIM, guaranteeing repayment for a percentage of the loan if the borrower ((i.e., U.S. exporter) defaults. You can use the loan from your bank to pay for the labor, materials, and other inputs required to fulfill export sales. EXIM doesn’t replace your private bank; it simply backs their loan and increases your borrowing power. If you have a need to get financing to fulfill your export order or export project, you can take advantage of this EXIM program.
- Aérek N. Stephens | Export Finance Manager, Minority and Women Owned Business & Multiplier Outreach Division, Office of Small Business, Export-Import Bank of the United States
- Yenner Karto | Senior Vice President/Managing Director, Head of Int’l Banking & FX, First National Bank
- Edward A Schick | Export Finance Manager, Office of International Trade, U.S. Small Business Administration
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