The Export-Import Bank of Korea was established with aims to facilitate the development of Korea's economy and enhance economic cooperation with foreign countries through the provision of financial supports for export and import transactions, overseas investments projects, and the development of overseas natural resources.
The Roles of KEXIM
An ECA (Export Credit Agency) Facilitating Export Transactions
Provide export credits to promote the export of capital goods such as ships and industrial plants, and high technology
industries such as IT.
Provide credits to support overseas investments, overseas projects, and natural resource development projects.
Executor of EDCF (Economic Development Cooperation Fund) Enhancing Cooperative Ties with Developing Countries
Conduct appraisal, conclusion of loan agreements, disbursement therefrom, and evaluate economic development aid projects
in developing countries.
Research ODA (Official Development Assistance) policy directions.
Executor of IKCF (Inter-Korean Cooperation Fund) Contributing to the Foundation for Reunification of North and South Korea
Appraise, disburse, and provide ex-post management for grants and loans.
Serve as a clearing settlement bank with the Foreign Trade Bank of North Korea.