EximBank Romania | Export Credit Agency (ECA) in Romania

Export Credit Agency (ECA) in Romania

EximBank Romania | Export Credit Agency (ECA) in Romania      eximbank romania Logo

About EximBank Romania

EximBank Romania is a specialized financial institution actively involved in supporting and promoting the Romanian business environment via financial instruments exclusively targeted at the corporate commercial sector.

EximBank has been actively involved for almost 30 years in supporting and promoting the Romanian business environment by partnering with entrepreneurs looking to expand into both local and international markets.

As a result of recent operational adjustments designed to help the bank adapt to changing national and international challenges and evolving clients’ needs, EximBank now offers a complex range of financial services to everyone from SMEs through to larger companies, operating both locally and internationally.

A summary of EximBank Romania

Products and services offered by EximBank Romania

  • Letters of guarantee
  • Investment credits
  • Export credits
  • Factoring
  • Insurance

Raw Materials – From tobacco to spices, gold to bronze, commodities represent a large proportion of our trade finance portfolio

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Finished Goods – Our innovative structuring capabilities allow us to put together complex finance structures, even if the end goods are finished

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Metals – From scrap metal to alloys, we help traders and distributors access trade, receivable or PO finance for iron, steel and non-ferrous metals

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Key Stats


EximBank Romania


Romania, Europe


Traian Halalai (Executive President)






Romania Finance Ministry

Company Number:



6A, Barbu Delavrancea Str., Bucharest

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About the Author

Elcyn Domingo is responsible for the TFG Weekly Trade Briefings at Trade Finance Global.

She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Technology and is passionate about how SMEs can use new technologies to overcome challenges for business growth, with regard to both digital and sustainable models for trade.

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