Export-Import Bank of Korea
The Export-Import Bank of Korea (hereafter “Korea Eximbank” or “the Bank”) is an official export credit agency (ECA) providing comprehensive export loan and guarantee programs to support Korean enterprises conducting business overseas. Since its establishment in 1976, Korea Eximbank has actively supported Korea’s export-led economy and facilitated economic cooperation with foreign countries.
Korea Eximbank’s primary services include Export Financing, Trade Financing, and Guarantee programs structured to meet the needs of clients in a direct effort to both complement and strengthen clients’ competitiveness in global markets. The Bank also provides Overseas Investment Financing, Import Financing, and Financial Advisory and Structuring Services geared to maximizing business opportunities abroad.
Furthermore, the Bank is responsible for the operation of two government funds: the Economic Development Cooperation Fund (EDCF), a Korean Official Development Assistance (ODA) program, and the Inter-Korean Cooperation Fund (IKCF), an economic cooperation program to promote exchanges with North Korea.
The Bank strives to become “The global financial partner connecting Korea to the world,” as formulated in its vision, by continuously fostering innovation and growth throughout its operations.