Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Berhad (EXIM Bank) was incorporated on 29 August 1995 as a government owned development financial institution through a wholly owned subsidiary of the Minister of Finance Incorporated. The Bank was established to promote reverse investment and export of strategic sectors such as capital goods, infrastructure projects, shipping, value added manufactured products and to facilitate the entry of Malaysian companies to new markets, particularly to the non-traditional markets.
To be a leading Financial Institution for Malaysian cross-border ventures.
As a Development Financial Institution (DFI) we strive to:
- Facilitate Malaysia's global businesses by providing banking and credit insurance products and services
- Provide developmental advisory services in nurturing Malaysian cross-border business ventures
As an agency under the purview of the Ministry of Finance, EXIM Bank’s mandated role as specified by the Government is as follows: -
- 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.
The Bank’s clientele consists of large corporations, SMEs, foreign governments and foreign companies and cover all sectors ranging from trading, manufacturing and infrastructure.
- EXIM Bank continues to pursue alliances with international associations and multilateral organisations and have also executed several agreements to further boost its business and market outlook.
- As at to date, EXIM Bank is a member of the Berne Union, an international organisation for Export Credit Agencies; a member of Asian EXIM Banks Forum, an association of 9 EXIM Banks in Asia; The Aman Union and Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific.
- EXIM Bank in its export promotion effort also collaborates with Malaysian government agencies including Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE), Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), Small And Medium Enterprise Corporation Malaysia (SMECorp), and Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB).