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Credit lines for exports of goods and services

Export Support

Financing for the export of goods and services in three different categories:

  • Pre-shipment: finances the production of internationally competitive companies established under Brazilian law;
  • Post-shipment: finances the trade of goods and services abroad by refinancing the exporter, or through the buyer's credit category, in accordance with international standards;
  • BNDES Exim Automatic: provides support to trade Brazilian goods abroad, at the post-shipment phase, through a network of accredited banks. 

The acceptable guarantee instruments are the same as those offered by export credit agencies (ECAs) to facilitate access to export credit.

For instance, a transaction may include Export Credit Insurance as a guarantee, covering commercial, political and extraordinary risks involved. In Brazil, this instrument is operated by private insurance companies in the short term and by the federal government in the long term.

Also, requests may be made to foreign banks that provide international guarantees for financing operations.

 



Recent News  Recent News
10/30/2019
BNDES disburses R$ 38 billion between January and September
Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises accounted for 97.5% of operations and 50.7% of the total disbursed in the period, the highest percentage share since 1995 The infrastructure sector stands out with 45.6% of the disbursement volume
07/25/2019
BNDES disburses R$ 25 billion in the first semester
Disbursements for infrastructure accounted for 45.5%, totaling R$ 11.4 billion. The electric power and transportation sectors were the highlight among disbursements Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises were the destination of more than 96% of financing operations and received R$ 11.5 billion, 45.6% of the releases. Investments in the North region increased by 108%, reaching R$ 1.6 billion. Disbursements in the South region increased by 10% and reached R$ 7 billion