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  • EXIM Hungary and EXIAR sign Agreement governing reciprocal reinsurance obligations

    Budapest, Hungary. Hungarian Export Credit Insurance Private Limited Company (MEHIB), part of EXIM Hungary group of companies and The Russian Agency for Export Credit and Investment Insurance (EXIAR) have signed the Agreement governing reciprocal reinsurance obligations.

    2019. October 31.

  • EXIM and six Hungarian leasing companies sign Memorandum of Understanding

    A milestone in the successful cooperation between EXIM and Hungarian leasing companies Budapest, 15 June 2018 – During the V4 Logistics Conference organized under the Hungarian V4 presidency, the Hungarian Export-Import Bank Zrt and six Hungarian leasing companies signed a Memorandum of Understanding. € 59 million and HUF 14 billion were allocated to the new Domestic Leasing Credit Line program, launched in the framework of ‘Exporter of the Future Sub-Program’.

    2018. June 18.

  • Good chances for Hungarian companies to win international tenders

    A joint workshop by EXIM and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Developmen. Last year the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) provided opportunities to tender for supplier and construction contracts for € 989 million and contracts for consulting services for € 111 million, and 11 Hungarian companies won tender contracts for € 138,000. On 26 April 2018 EXIM and EBRD held a joint workshop for Hungarian companies, with the participation of EXIM Deputy Chief Executive of Operations Dr. Dancsó József and EBRD’s Senior Public Procurement Specialist Dirk Plutz.

    2018. April 26.

  • The first closing of the China Central and Eastern Europe Investment Co-operation Fund II with commitments totalling USD 800 million was announced today.

    The first closing of the China Central and Eastern Europe Investment Co-operation Fund II with commitments totalling USD 800 million was announced today. The final closing at a target of USD 1 billion is expected by the end of the year.

    2018. April 9.

  • Eximbank renews domestic working capital loans with thirteen financial institution

    Hungarian Export-Import Bank Ltd. signed letters of intent with thirteen financial institutions on Wednesday morning at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. At the signing ceremony of the Domestic Working Capital Loan Refinancing Credit Line now renewed under the Jövő Exportőre Alhitelprogram (Exporter of the Future Sub-credit Program) minister of foreign affairs and trade Péter Szijjártó, and operational deputy CEO of EXIM Dr. József Dancsó signed framework agreements worth a total of 84 million EUR, and 77 billion HUF with domestic financial institutions. The funds will be available as a subsidised funding alternative combined with simplified administrative processes to benefit primarily SMEs planning to engage in export.

    2018. April 5.

  • Memorandum of Understanding signed at the Berne Union Spring Meeting in Kenya

    The African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) and the government of Kenya co-hosted the Berne Union Annual Spring Meeting in Kilifi, Kenya, between 18 and 22 March 2018. The delegation of EXIM Bank, headed by Deputy Chief Executive Officer Dr. Dancsó József, participated at the Berne Union MLT Committee, ST Committee programs, and the plenary meeting. EXIM Bank signed the revised version of the 2003 MOU.

    2018. March 29.

  • EIB provides EUR 400m to Eximbank to support small businesses in Hungary

    Fostering Hungary’s competitiveness and job creation, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has provided a EUR 400m loan to Magyar Export-Import Bank (Eximbank). The funds from this EIB credit line will be on-lent on favourable terms by Eximbank and its partner banks to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and midcaps in Hungary.

    2017. July 12.

  • How to be successful in international development projects?

    The annual meeting of the World Bank’s Private Sector Liaison Officer (PSLO) network was organized in Budapest between May 23-24 by EXIM Hungary.

    2017. June 12.

Eximbank Zrt.

Cégjegyzékszáma:
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Bankszámlaszám:
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MEHIB Zrt.

Cégjegyzékszáma:
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Adószám:
10949621-2-44

Bankszámlaszám:
10918001-00000001-04530003

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Eximbank Plc.

Bank account number: 
14800016-06000008-11111128
S.W.I.F.T. kód: HEXI HU HB 

MEHIB Plc.

Bank account number: 
10918001-00000001-04530003

H-1065 Budapest, Nagymező street 46-48. Phone: +36 1 374 9100, +36 1 374 9200 Fax: +36 1 269 4476, +36 1 269 1198 E-mail: exim@exim.hu © 2019 EXIM All rights reserved

Eximbank Plc.

Bank account number: 
14800016-06000008-11111128
S.W.I.F.T. kód: HEXI HU HB 

MEHIB Plc.

Bank account number: 
10918001-00000001-04530003

H-1065 Budapest, Nagymező street 46-48. Phone: +36 1 374 9100, +36 1 374 9200 Fax: +36 1 269 4476, +36 1 269 1198 E-mail: exim@exim.hu © 2019 EXIM All rights reserved

Dear Customers,

We deem it important to provide continuous professional support to you also in the current pandemic situation. Conditions negatively effecting undertakings, economic slowdowns or declines always highlight the role of state-backed financial institutions, such as that of EXIM. This countercyclical role - even in the case of a longer-lasting pandemic situation - is further strengthening.

Based on our 25-year export credit, financing and insurance expertise and our in- depth knowledge of international markets, we would like to assure you of the unchanged stability of our operation and partnership.

Already upon the declaration of the epidemiological emergency[1], the funding experts of EXIM – in close co-operation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade – started to identify and elaborate the mitigating measures and programmes whereby we can help Hungarian enterprises return to their foreign markets immediately after the removal of the restrictions.

Furthermore, we inform you that under Government Decree of 18 March 2020 on immediate measures necessary for alleviating the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the national economy[2], the Hungarian government provides for the extension of the capital, interest and fee payment obligations of debtors falling within the scope of the Decree arising from credit, loan or financial lease contracts existing at 24:00 on 18 March 2020  until 31 December 2020 (payment moratorium). The government also stipulates that any contract expiring within the period of the state of danger shall be extended until 31 December 2020.

Thus, we will continue our work in view of the Governmental Decree aimed at alleviating the effects of the pandemic on the total Hungarian economy and we will handle the implementation of the moratorium imposed on contracts falling under the scope of the Decree in the case of all our customers concerned. Following the official publication of additional legislation laying down the detailed rules of the provisions of the Government Decree, we will provide you with detailed information. Until then we would like to ask you for your kind patience.

It is important to emphasize that we are entirely at your disposal also in the present situation in case of fund requests or liquidity difficulties since the finance solutions of EXIM are also suitable for addressing the non-marketable risks.

Please contact us if you have any questions or requests.

info@exim.hu

[1] Government Decree 40/2020 (11 March 2020)

[2] Government Decree 47/2020 (18  March 2020)