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  • 1. For the subject of . . . . . . Export Documentation and Procedures mba - 853 By . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Raman Sethi (08) Harshul Nagpal (50) Institute of Management Studies, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra. A Presentation on ‘ Role Of EXIM Bank in Export Financing ’
  • 2. EXPORT FINANCE
  • 3. INTRODUTION
    • Finance and credit are available to help not only export production but also to sell to overseas customers on credit.
    • There are different schemes like:
      • Pre-shipment or packing credit,
      • Post-shipment Credit and/or
      • Finance for Deferred Payment Exports .
    • Both pre-shipment and post-shipment credits are also available in foreign currency.
  • 4. What is Export Finance ?
    • Financial Assistance is extended by the banks to the exporters at Pre-shipment and Post-shipment stages.
    • Pre-shipment finance is provided for working capital for the purchase of raw material, processing, packaging, transportation, warehousing etc. of the goods meant for export.
    • Post-shipment finance is generally provided in order to bridge the gap between shipment of goods and the realization of proceeds.
  • 5. Key Points in Export Financing
    • There are a lot of benefits of exporting and lot of financial risk involved as well. It is important to fully understand the risks and the government regulations before selling overseas.
    • Export financing is loans made for the shipping of products outside a country.
    • Utilizing a factoring house overseas is one of the creative methods for export financing.
    • Make sure your business has a plan that is clear for the potential lenders and investors about the direction your company is going.
    • Always know where your business can gain access to sources of capital that is both fast, easy, and free.
  • 6.  
  • 7. EXPORT CREDITS
    • For Indian Companies Executing Contracts Overseas
    • Pre-shipment Credit
    • Supplier's Credit
    • For Project Exporters
    • For Exporters of Consultancy and Technological Services
    • Guarantee Facilities
    • Deferred Payment Exports
    • Term Loans for Export Production
    • Overseas Investment Finance
    • Finance for Export Marketing
  • 8.
    • For Commercial Banks
    • Export Bills Rediscounting
    • Refinance of Supplier's Credit
    • Guaranteeing of Obligations
    • For Overseas Entities
    • Buyer's Credit
    • Eligible Goods
    • Lines of Credit
    • Relending Facility to Banks Overseas
  • 9. FINANCE FOR EXPORT ORIENTED UNITS
    • Term Finance (For Exporting Companies)
    • Project Finance
    • Equipment Finance
    • Import of Technology & Related Services
    • Domestic Acquisitions of businesses/companies/brands
    • Export Product Development/ Research & Development
    • General Corporate Finance
  • 10.
    • Working Capital Finance
    • (For Exporting Companies)
    • Funded
        • Working Capital Term Loans (< 2 years)
        • Long Term Working Capital (up to 5 years)
        • Export Bills Discounting
        • Export Packing Credit
        • Cash Flow financing
    • Non-Funded
        • Letter of Credit Limits
        • Guarantee Limits
  • 11.
    • Term Finance ( For Non- Exporting Companies )
    • Import of Equipment
    • Working Capital Finance ( For Non- Exporting Companies )
    • Bulk Import of Raw Material
    • Export Finance
    • Pre-shipment Credit
    • Post Shipment Credit
    • Buyers' Credit
    • Suppliers' Credit (including deferred payment credit)
    • Bills Discounting
    • Warehousing Finance
  • 12.