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									EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF INDIA

       AN OVERVIEW
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EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF INDIA
 SET UP BY AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT IN SEPTEMBER 1981

 WHOLLY OWNED BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

 COMMENCED OPERATIONS IN MARCH 1982

 APEX FINANCIAL INSTITUTION

 OBJECTIVES:

  “… for providing financial assistance to exporters and importers, and for
  functioning as the principal financial institution for coordinating the working of
  institutions engaged in financing export and import of goods and services with
  a view to promoting the country‟s international trade…”

  “… shall act on business principles with due regard to public interest”

                                            (Export-Import Bank of India Act, 1981)
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 EVOLVING VISION

Product Centric
   Approach                                               “To develop commercially viable
                                  Export                  relationships with a target set of
                                  Credits                 externally oriented companies by
                                  1982-85             offering them a comprehensive range of
                                                           products and services, aimed at
                                                        enhancing their internationalisation
                            Export Capability                           efforts”
                               Creation
                                 1986-94



Customer Centric       Comprehensive Range of
   Approach             Products And Services
               – All Stages of the Export Business Cycle –
                            Exim Bank TODAY

         Leadership and Expertise in India‟s Export Finance
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MANAGEMENT
            BOARD OF DIRECTORS (16)*                      OFFICES

    Chairman and Managing Director       Domestic Offices: 10   Overseas Offices: 7
                                           Ahmedabad             Addis Ababa
    5 Directors: Government of India
                                           Bangalore             Dakar
    3 Directors: Scheduled Banks
                                           Chennai               Dubai
    4 Directors: Professionals/Experts
                                           Chandigarh            Johannesburg
    1 Director nominated by RBI           Guwahati              London (Branch)

    1 Director nominated by IDBI          Hyderabad             Singapore
                                           Kolkata               Washington D.C.
    1 Director nominated by ECGC
                Appointed                  New Delhi

                    by                     Mumbai
               Govt. of India              Pune
* As per Exim Bank Act
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RANGE OF PRODUCTS & SERVICES

At All Stages of Export Business Cycle         Value Based Services to Exporters



           Export        Pre-
          Marketing    Shipment
                                                           Information

  Export                            Post-
Production                        Shipment                Knowledge
                                                          Building –
                                                      Research & Analysis
   Export
   Product                        Investment
 Development                        Abroad            Value Added Business
                                                       Advisory Services
             Import    Advisory
             Finance   Services
                                               SUPPLEMENTS FINANCING PROGRAMMES


   FINANCING, FACILITATING INDIA‟S TWO WAY TRADE & INVESTMENT
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FINANCING PROGRAMMES

                     Financing Program (Various Currencies)

               Export Credit                Import Credit         Finance for Exporting Units


Medium / Long Term        Short Term                                   Term Loans for expansion/
                                               Import Loan for        diversification/ new projects/
                                                capital goods         export product development/
    Lines of                   Pre / Post                             export marketing/ research &
     Credit                    Shipment                                        development
                                Credit
     Buyer‟s                                  Bulk Import Loan
      Credit                                  for Raw Materials         Term Loans for overseas
                                                                           equity investment
   Supplier‟s
     Credit
                                                                       Direct equity stake in Indian/
                                                                           Overseas ventures of
                                                                           exporting companies
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LINES OF CREDIT PROGRAMME
 Exim Bank gives special emphasis on extension of Lines of Credit (LOCs)
  as an effective market entry mechanism

 Exim Bank extends LOCs to overseas financial institutions, regional
  development banks, sovereign governments and other entities overseas,

 LOCs enable buyers in those countries to import developmental and
  infrastructural projects, equipment, goods and services from India, on
  deferred credit terms.

 As on March 31, 2011, Exim Bank has 138 operative credit lines covering 72
  countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and CIS region with credit
  commitments of over US$ 6.66 billion, available for financing exports from
  India.
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PROJECT & SERVICES EXPORTS
           Pioneering role in promoting project exports
 Exports      of   projects    and   services,   broadly   categorized   into   Civil
   engineering      construction      projects,   Turnkey   projects,   Consultancy
   services.
 Over the past two decades, increasing number of contracts have been
   secured by Indian companies in West Asia, North Africa, Sub Saharan
   Africa, South & South East Asia, CIS Region and Latin America.
 Such projects have supplemented the efforts of the host country
   governments in achieving their developmental objectives.

 Projects Currently Under Execution with Exim Bank Support (March 31, 2011)

 No. of Contracts :        335        Value of Contracts       : US$ 24.83 billion

 No. of Countries :        58         No of Indian companies   : 73
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PROMOTING INVESTMENT
                 Supporting Two-way Investment
 Comprehensive assistance:
    Pre investment advisory services; Finance through debt and equity
 Finance available for:
    Greenfield projects; Brownfield expansion;
    Overseas acquisitions directly or through special purpose vehicles
 Direct equity participation in Indian ventures abroad
 Joint investments by Indian and overseas company in third country
  markets in addition to facilitating investments into India.
 As on March 31, 2011, Exim Bank has provided finance to 331 ventures set
  up by 268 Indian companies in 68 countries including countries in Asia
  region.
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GRASSROOTS BUSINESS INITIATIVE
Contributing to revitalizing local communities & creating employment

                                     Creation of Export Capability in
                                       Grassroots Enterprises.

                                     Enhance     purchasing      power   of
                                       „bottom of the pyramid‟.

                                     Spin off benefit to other sectors of
                                       economy.

                                     Poverty reduction through export
                                       linkage
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EXIM BANK AND SMEs
                  EMS & Skill Upgradation for SMEs
 Term loans for Export Product Development and Export Marketing

 Export Marketing Services programme

   Seeks to help Indian SME sector to establish their products overseas and enter
     new markets through Exim‟s overseas offices and MOU partner network

   No upfront fees, but operates on success-fee basis

 Eximius Centres of Learning in Bangalore/ Pune/ Ahmedabad – for knowledge
  building & capacity creation for SMEs

   Set up to organise seminars and workshops for the benefit of exporting companies,
     particularly SMEs
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  BUYER‟S CREDIT UNDER NEIA
 New Product under NEIA to boost project exports from India

 Exim Bank has, in conjunction with ECGC, introduced a new product/initiative
   viz. Buyer‟s Credit under GOI‟s National Export Insurance Account (NEIA)

     NEIA is a Trust, set up by Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India,
       for providing export credit insurance cover for promoting project exports from India

 Under the NEIA, the Bank finances and facilitates project exports from India by
   way of extending credit facility to overseas sovereign governments and
   government owned entities for import of goods and services from India, on
   deferred credit terms

 Indian exporters can obtain payment of eligible value from Exim Bank, without
   recourse, against negotiation of shipping documents.
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RESEARCH & ANALYSIS
              Knowledge building research publications

 Research Studies on products, sectors, countries, macro economic issues relevant to
  international trade and investment
    Sector Studies assessing export potential
    Bilateral Trade and Investment Studies
    International Trade Related Studies
 Exim Newsletters
    Export Advantage (bilingual)
    Agri Export Advantage (in English, Hindi and 10 regional languages)
    Indo-China Newsletter (bilingual)
 Contribution to Public Policy formulation through inputs on WTO aspects, impact of
  exchange rates on exports, transaction costs, etc.
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PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES
                       Exim Bank as Consultant

   Setting up an Exim Bank in Malaysia

   Establishing an Export Credit Guarantee Company in Zimbabwe

   Feasibility study for setting up the Afrexim Bank

   Designing of Export Financing Programmes – Turkey, South Africa

   Export Development Project : Ukraine, Vietnam, Armenia

   Mauritius – Study on Projecting Mauritius as an Investment Hub for
    Indian Firms

   Feasibility study for establishment of an export credit and guarantee
    facility for Gulf Cooperation Council countries
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SELECT INSTITUTIONAL LINKAGES

 Multilateral Agencies   Trade & Invt. Promotion Agencies    Export Credit Agencies
                          Corporacion Andina de             US Exim Bank
 World Bank
                           Fomento (CAF)
                                                             JBIC
 ADB
                          Central American Bank for
                           Economic Integration              Exim Bank of China
 African Development
                           (CABEI)                           Exim Bank Romania
  Bank
                          Board of Investment,
 EBRD                                                       BNDES, Brazil
                           Mauritius

 MIGA                    Board of Investment of Sri        Korea Exim Bank
                           Lanka
 IFC                                                        Afrexim Bank
                          Netherlands Council for
 UNCTAD                   Trade Promotion                   Exim Bank of Thailand
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EXIM‟S CATALYTIC ROLE
    Promoting India‟s Integration into the Global Economy….
   Introduced innovative products such as Export Marketing Finance, Financing
    Program for Software Exports, etc.

   Set up Global Procurement Consultants Ltd. in 1996 as a joint venture with Indian
    private & public sector enterprises to take up overseas assignments in
    procurement advisory services – expertise in procurement processes related to
    multilateral funded projects.

   Instrumental in creation of Asian Exim Banks Forum in 1996 to promote intra-
    regional trade.

   Instrumental in creation of Global Network of Exim Banks and Development
    Financial Institutions (GNEXID) in 2006 to promote trade & development finance
    through cooperation and exchange of information. Granted „observer‟ status by
    UNCTAD in 2008.
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PROMOTING SOUTH-SOUTH
COOPERATION
                Global Network of Exim Banks and
            Development Finance Institutions (G-NEXID)

   G-NEXID was set up in Geneva in March 2006 through Exim Bank of
    India‟s initiative, under the auspices of UNCTAD.
   The Network seeks to serve as a global forum for member institutions to
    work together to promote trade and development finance and foster
    South-South cooperation
   „Observer Status‟ in UNCTAD underscores support for the Forum
   Acceptance of the vision of the Forum by developing countries can be
    assessed from the fact that the membership of the Forum has reached
    24.
 Annual meetings to deliberate upon measures to facilitate and foster
  long-term relations, share experience and strengthen financial
  cooperation to promote trade and investment.
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EXIM BANK: PARTNER IN GLOBALISATION

    Technology                  Final Products
    Capital                     Capital Goods
     (Foreign Investment)
                                       Capital
    Raw Materials
                                  (Overseas Ventures)
    Capital Goods


                               Product
                                  Development
                                 Production
                                 Marketing
                                 Pre shipment
                                 Post shipment
      Website

www.eximbankindia.in

								
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