“With the recent US Presidential election behind us, Congress has moved pro-actively to support the EXIM Bank,” explained Dawson Beattie, President and Founder.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB)
July 31, 2017
Credit Eureka, a leading provider of trade credit insurance at https://www.crediteureka.com/, is proud to announce an information update to its page on EXIM Bank export credit insurance services. Credit Eureka is an EXIM approved agency, assisting exporters with export credit insurance also known more generally as “trade credit insurance.”
“With the recent US Presidential election behind us, Congress has moved pro-actively to support the EXIM Bank,” explained Dawson Beattie, President and Founder. “It is an ideal time for US businesses to reach out and learn more about EXIM insurance, and our newly updated page helps them learn about how this works and our services as a partner agency with EXIM Bank.”
To learn more about EXIM Bank export credit insurance services, visit the newly updated page at https://www.crediteureka.com/what-we-do/eximbank/. To learn more about trade credit insurance, in general, interested parties are directed to https://www.crediteureka.com/what-we-do/trade-credit-insurance/, and to request a detailed consultation, visitors can use the website contact form. No two situations are alike, and the best step for business customers is to reach out for a consultation on possible trade credit insurance.
EXIM Bank Export Credit Insurance
For small, medium, and even large businesses, doing business overseas can be daunting. Not only does one have to find an overseas buyer for one’s product or service, but also one has to worry about being paid. Trade credit insurance fills this need, and EXIM Bank offers companies a unique credit insurance product that catalyzes their ability to offer terms and secure financing for their international trade. The newly updated page builds on the re-enactment of EXIM Bank’s full product suite of capabilities to support companies large and small as they compete internationally. With the change in administrations, Congressional leaders have withdrawn their two year long block of appointments to EXIMBANK’s board of directors, sparking new interest in the business…