Export-Import Bank of Malaysia
Export-Import Bank of Malaysia (EXIM Bank) was incorporated by the Government on 29 August 1995 for the strategic purpose of promoting reverse investment and export of strategic sectors such as capital goods, infrastructure projects, shipping and value added manufactured products.
EXIM Bank has also been tasked to facilitate the entry of Malaysian companies to new markets, particularly to the nontraditional markets. EXIM Bank is a Development Financial Institution that is fully owned by the government, being a wholly owned subsidiary of the Ministry of Finance Incorporated.
As an agency under the purview of the Ministry of Finance, EXIM Bank’s mandated role as specified by the Government is to provide credit facilities to finance and support exports and imports of goods, services and overseas projects with emphasis on non-traditional markets as well as the provision of export credit insurance services, export financing insurance, overseas investments insurance and guarantee facilities.