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1 1 Role Of Private Sector And Bank In Promoting Women And Trade Singapore, September 15, 2006

2 2 Set Up By An Act Of Parliament In September 1981 Wholly Owned By Government Of India Commenced Operations In March 1982 Apex Financial Institution Objectives: … for providing financial assistance to exporters and importers, and for functioning as the principal financial institution for coordinating the working of institutions engaged in financing export and import of goods and services with a view to promoting the countrys international trade… … shall act on business principles with due regard to public interest (Export-Import Bank of India Act, 1981) Exim Bank Of India EXIM BANK

3 3 Chairman and Managing Director 5 Directors: Government of India 3 Directors: Scheduled Banks 4 Directors : Professionals/Experts 1 Director nominated by RBI 1 Director nominated by IDBI 1 Director nominated by ECGC Organisation Appointedby Govt. of India Men: Women Ratio – 1:1 BOARD OF DIRECTORS (16)OFFICES IN INDIA OFFICES OVERSEAS EXIM BANK

4 4 Range Of Products & Services Pre- Shipment Export Marketing Export Production Export Product Development Import Finance Advisory Services Investment Abroad Post- Shipment Presence Across All Stages of Business Cycle INFORMATION Advisory Services Knowledge Building SUPPLEMENTS FINANCING PROGRAMMES Value Based Services EXIM BANK

5 5 Exim Bank Finance A Woman Perspective Garments/Apparel Food processing Pharmaceuticals – Formulations lines Services sector – Airlines/Hospitality/Computer Software development SME sector in rural locations Handicrafts Agriculture Micro finance Entertainment Animation [Feature films/serials/commercials] Film Production FOCUS ON WOMEN INTENSIVE SECTORS

6 6 Export Capability Creation in terms of capacity, product development, packaging Indias rich and diverse base of artisan related industry (employment intensive, eco friendly and based on traditional skills) Facilitate Training Utilise Association With International Players Provide Platform For Marketing Of Products by addressing the problem of poor market penetration and supplementing oganisational capability EXIM BANK Exim Bank Export Services A Woman Perspective

7 7 Export Capability Creation Directly/Partnering with NGOs to provide financial support for exports Focus on development & manufacture of value added products Technology tie-up with Research Agencies for providing technology for developing value added products eg Centre for Food Technology & Research Institute Facilitate Training Organising workshops on Agri sector, Marketing of Handicrafts & Home Decorative items EXIM BANK Exim Bank Export Services The Approach

8 8 Utilise Association With International Players to develop products for international markets Providing Platform For Marketing Of Products Devising Marketing Strategy Setting up of a marketing company with equity participation by the co-operative societies, State Governments and Exim Bank and providing platform for launching direct marketing Assistance In The Form Of Finance And Advisory & Marketing Services With The Objective Of Making Exporters Commercially Viable Exim Bank Export Services The Approach…contd

9 9 Signed Memorandum of Cooperations with DHAN Foundation, Madurai, a professional development organisation working for poverty reduction thru capacity building BASIX, Hyderabad, a pioneer microfinance institution in India URAVU, a trust based in Kerala engaged in development of bamboo based rural products CARE India, an international development and humanitarian organisation addressing poverty in India STFC, a grassroot commercial enterprise found by rural artisans Rural & Grassroot Business Initiatives EXIM BANK SME Development Strategy

10 10 DHAN Foundation Leading NGO covering 300,000 families in 4 states Advisory and financial support for export related activities Set up units to produce value-added products from organic tamarind Technological tie-up with Centre for Food Technology and Research Institute Steps are on to set up export oriented coco-peat projects Rural & Grassroot Business Initiatives EXIM BANK SME Development Strategy

11 11 BASIX: Hyderabad Based Promotion Institution Organised Skill Upgradation Workshop For Handloom Weavers & For Tussar Silk Weavers In Andhra Pradesh Involved In Developing Export Clusters For Stone Carving, Rugs And Pottery Product Development Support & Establishing Export Market Linkages Rural & Grassroot Business Initiatives EXIM BANK SME Development Strategy

12 12 URAVU: Trust from Kerala Engaged in employment generation programs in the bamboo sector for tribal & poor families in Kerala Rural & Grassroot Business Initiatives EXIM BANK SME Development Strategy

13 13 CARE-India : Fighting poverty in India since 1950 Conducting joint studies and research in areas of mutual interest Keeping each other informed on various activities for export facilitations Exchange of publications and useful literature Organizing workshop, training program and seminars Rural & Grassroot Business Initiatives EXIM BANK SME Development Strategy

14 14 STFC Promotion of STFCs product in overseas market Identification of suitable buyers and partners Exchange of Information on international markets for various products Organizing workshops Equity participation and term loans for eligible activities Rural & Grassroot Business Initiatives EXIM BANK SME Development Strategy

15 15 Subhiksha Ayurvedics Aromatic Handrolled Incense Sticks – AGNI

16 16 Market and Skill Development for SMEs EXIM BANK Exim Bank and SMEs Exim Banks Export Marketing Services programme Help Indian SME sector to establish their products overseas and enter new markets through Exims overseas offices and MOU partner network No upfront fees, but operates on success-fee basis Eximius Centres of Learning in Bangalore/ Pune/ Ahmedabad – for knowledge building & capacity creation for SMEs Organise seminars and workshops for the benefit of exporting companies, particularly SMEs Enterprise Management Development Services Programme comprises: Development of IT tool kit which will enable SMEs to develop bankable business plans thereby enhancing their access to finance Tool kit will also enable lending institutions to screen viable projects Exim Bank has already earmarked specific funds for assisting no. of small units

17 17 Exim Bank : The New Beginning Rural & Grassroot Business Initiatives Initiative In Seeking To Provide International Market Access Partnerships With NGOs And Self Help Groups Product Placement In Overseas Departmental Stores And Exhibitions

18 18 THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU Website: Website: EXIM BANK


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