- From: 08 Jun 2017 To: 09 Jun 2017
Since sanctions against Iran were partially lifted, a plethora of MoU have been signed creating a bubble of expectations. But financings have remained rare, particularly those of a long-term nature.
After months of speculation about President Trump’s plans for the US Export-Import Bank, it seems that things are finally moving in the right direction.
US/EU sanctions against Russia have been a disaster for the international export credit business and European trade flow. Is it time for a rethink?
|Rank||Company||Total US$ m||Transactions||Market Share (%)|
|1||China Exim Bank||25,303.17||56||6.69|
|2||China Development Bank||20,686.52||4||5.47|
|3||United Arab Emirates government||16,200.00||1||4.28|
|4||Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group||12,031.50||92||3.18|
|6||Mizuho Financial Group||9,788.56||66||2.59|
|8||Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group||9,525.98||82||2.52|
|9||Bank of China||9,520.27||29||2.52|