Export-Import Bank of the United States

The Export-Import Bank of the United States is a valuable and at-risk tool for small to mid-size businesses.

Fast Facts:

  • The Ex-Im Bank promoted $37.4 billion in exports last year, supporting 205,000 jobs and enabling American companies to sell their products overseas even when commercial credit is tight
  • In 2013, Texas companies sold $279 billion in goods overseas, making Texas the top exporting state in the country[1]
  • Without Ex-Im financing, Texas exporters would have lost $21 billion in overseas sales since 2007, including $4 billion last year
  • In Irving alone, companies used Ex-Im financing to close more than $257 million in exports during the last seven years
  • Small businesses accounted for more than two thirds of the Ex-Im exporters in Texas last year

 

The following are a list of resources related to the Export-Import Bank of the United States, compiled by the Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce.