EXIM Celebrates 90 Years of Service

For nine decades, the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) has played a pivotal role in creating economic opportunities for U.S. companies and sustaining jobs for American workers. EXIM has remained committed to that mission since it was founded in 1934 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Great Depression.

In celebration of EXIM's 90th anniversary, President and Chair Reta Jo Lewis presents a special message to commemorate this significant milestone and encourage U.S. businesses to "think EXIM" if they are considering export opportunities. EXIM proudly supports businesses of all sizes, with nearly 90 percent of EXIM's authorizations directly benefitting U.S. small businesses.

As EXIM looks to the future, it aims to meet the evolving needs of its customers by offering financing tools to help U.S. businesses export around the world. These tools mitigate the risk of nonpayment and ensure necessary cash flow so U.S. companies can compete successfully in the dynamic global marketplace.


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