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  • The Bank’s vision has evolved from financing, facilitating and promoting trade and investment, to a conscious, systematic effort at creating export capabilities by arranging competitive finance at all stages of the business cycle. The Bank now seeks to develop commercially viable business relationships with externally oriented companies by offering them a comprehensive range of lending and service programmes aimed at enhancing their globalisation efforts.
  • Developing countries lacking forex can buy Indian goods on credit Entry mechanism for new markets / developments of new market Financing of export contracts under one umbrella Setting up new ventures overseas / acquisition of existing overseas companies Over 100 ventures in 28 countries
  • Exim Bank provides comprehensive assistance for Indian companies planning to invest overseas. Services offered include : Pre investment advisory services Finance through debt and equity Exim Bank can also provide analytical information, advise Indian company on structures, review, due diligence etc. Exim Bank finance is available for all kinds of overseas investments including: Greenfield projects Brownfield expansion Overseas acquisitions directly or through special purpose vehicles
  • Before concluding, let me briefly highlight how Exim Bank helps Indian companies in their globalisation efforts though enhancing their competitiveness. For upgrading the technological competence, we offer finance towards import of technology, finance for product development and also for undertaking research and development. We also provide advisory services for location of joint venture partners as also structuring and facilitation of Joint Ventures The Bank offers a wide range of lending and service programmes to assist Indian companies at all stages of the business cycle. Through import of technology, capital, goods and raw materials, the Bank facilitates the upgradation of technology and capabilities of Indian companies to enable them to enhance their competitiveness. The broad array of support programmes offered by the Bank for product development, production marketing, as also preshipment and postshipment, enables Indian companies to add value resulting in exports of products, capital goods, services. The Bank has also been instrumental in promoting ventures overseas in the fields of manufacturing, assembly, marketing and trading.

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  • 1. EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF INDIA India’s Premier Financial Institution
  • 2.
    • 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)
    EXIM BANK Exim Bank of India
  • 3. Organisation
    • Chairman and Managing Director
    • 5 Directors: Government of India
    • 3 Directors: Scheduled Banks
    • 4 Directors : Professionals/Experts
    • 1 Director nominated by RBI
    • 1 Director nominated by IDBI
    • 1 Director nominated by ECGC
    Appointed by Govt. of India * As per Exim Bank Act BOARD OF DIRECTORS (16)* OFFICES IN INDIA OFFICES OVERSEAS EXIM BANK
  • 4. Evolving Vision Leadership and Expertise in India’s Export Finance Comprehensive Range of Products And Services – All Stages of the Export Business Cycle – 1982-85 1986-94 Export Credits Exim Bank TODAY Export Capability Creation Product Centric Approach Customer Centric Approach “ To develop commercially viable relationships with a target set of externally oriented companies by offering them a comprehensive range of products and services, aimed at enhancing their internationalisation efforts” EXIM BANK
  • 5. Operational Philosophy EXIM BANK International Trade Financing Promoting Facilitating Through Variety of Financing Programmes Value Added Business Advisory Services Research & Analysis Catalyst for Financing Projects Products Services
  • 6. Range of Products & Services Pre- Shipment Export Marketing Export Production Export Product Development Import Finance Advisory Services Investment Abroad Post- Shipment At All Stages of Export Business Cycle INFORMATION Advisory Services Knowledge Building SUPPLEMENTS FINANCING PROGRAMMES Value Based Services to Exporters FINANCING, FACILITATING INDIA’S TWO WAY TRADE & INVESTMENT EXIM BANK
  • 7. Financing Programmes Financing Programmes (Various Currencies) Export Credit Import Credit Loans for Exporting Units
    • Medium / Long Term
    • Lines of Credit
    • Buyer’s Credit
    • Supplier’s Credit
    • Short Term
    • Pre/Post Shipment Credit
    • Import Loan for capital goods
    • Bulk Import Loan for Raw Materials
    • Term Loans for expansion/ diversification/ new projects/ export product development/ export marketing/ research & development
    • Term Loans for overseas equity investment
    • Direct equity stake in Indian/ Overseas ventures of exporting companies
    EXIM BANK
  • 8. Lines of Credit Programme Lines of Credit (LOCs) Exim’s own LOCs to economically strong developing countries and regional development banks At behest of GOI, concessional LOCs to developing countries in Asia/ Africa/ Latin America with a long-term perspective. While Exim raises the resources and funds disbursement, GOI guarantee and provide interest equalisation support under India Development Initiative Status of LOCs No. of LOCs operative : 104 No. of countries covered : 90 Total amount of LOCs sanctioned : US$ 3.20 billion EXIM BANK
  • 9. Project & Services Exports
    • Exports of projects and services, broadly categorised 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 and Latin America.
    • Such projects have supplemented the efforts of the host country governments in achieving their developmental objectives.
    Promoting Project Exports Projects Currently Under Execution with Exim Bank Support No. of Contracts : 211 Value of Contracts : US$ 12.8 bn No. of Countries : 38 No of Indian companies : 43 EXIM BANK
  • 10. 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.
    • Exim has provided finance to 229 ventures set up by 186 Indian companies in 62 countries . Aggregate loans extended for overseas investment amount to Rs. 10,191 crore .
    EXIM BANK
  • 11.
    • Exim Bank – Supporting exports from Rural Grassroots Enterprises
      • Export Marketing support given for finding international market for products of rural industries produced by SHGs / NGOs in different states.
      • Exim’s network of overseas offices play a proactive role.
    • 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
    EMS & Skill Up gradation for SMEs Exim Bank and SMEs EXIM BANK
  • 12. Grassroots Business Initiative
    • Creation of Export Capability in Grassroots Enterprises.
    • Export Marketing Services on success fee basis
    • Capacity building through training
    • Poverty reduction through export linkage
    Linking rural industries to global market EXIM BANK Lines of Credit to Other Developing countries Project Exports Loans to Indian companies for export related activities Loans to Indian corporates for overseas ventures/ acquisitions Export capability creation in SMEs Export Marketing Services Rural Grassroots Enterprises through export linkage Poverty reduction
  • 13. 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)
      • Indo-Africa, Indo-Latin America and Indo-CIS Magazines (all bilingual)
    • Contribution to Public Policy formulation through inputs on WTO aspects, impact of exchange rates on exports, transaction costs, etc.
    Research & Analysis EXIM BANK
  • 14.
    • World Bank
    • ADB
    • African Development Bank
    • EBRD
    • MIGA
    • IFC
    • UNCTAD
    Multilateral Agencies Trade & Invt. Promotion Agencies Export Credit Agencies
    • JETRO
    • Netherlands Council for Trade Promotion
    • Polish Agency for Foreign Investment
    • Board of Investment of Sri Lanka
    • Board of Invt. Mauritius
    • Exim Bank Romania
    • Czech Export Bank
    • Hungarian Exim Bank
    • JBIC
    • US Exim Bank
    • PT Bank Ekspor Indonesia
    • Exim Bank of China
    Institutional Linkages EXIM BANK
  • 15. Financial Performance ALL ROUND GROWTH (Rs Cr) EXIM BANK 23.5 229.2 2143.3 1493.3 650.0 1576.9 10775.1 6957.5 9265.7 FY 2004 21.6 257.9 2512.5 1662.5 850.0 2372.7 12910.4 11435.2 15853.5 FY 2005 18.4 270.7 2720.3 1770.3 950.0 3402.3 17593.1 15038.9 20488.7 FY 2006 16.4 299.4 2874.1 1874.1 1000.0 3536.0 22886.2 22076.0 26762.2 FY 2007 15.1 333.0 3206.4 2106.4 1100.0 3455.6 28776.7 27158.7 32804.5 FY 2008 Capital Adequacy Ratio (%) Profit After Tax Net Worth Reserves Paid-up-Capital Guarantees Portfolio Loan Assets Disbursements Approvals PARAMETER
  • 16. Exim Bank:Partner in Globalisation
    • Technology
    • Capital
    • (Foreign Investment)
    • Raw Materials
    • Capital Goods
    • Final Products
    • Capital Goods
    • Capital (Overseas Ventures)
    • Product Development
    • Production
    • Marketing
    • Pre shipment
    • Post shipment
    VALUE ADDITION EXPORT EXIM BANK M I T R O P
  • 17. THANK YOU Website www.eximbankindia.in www.eximbankagro.in EXIM BANK