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Company Overview of Export-Import Bank of the United States

Company Overview

Export-Import Bank of the United States operates an export credit agency of the United States. The company provides guarantees of working capital for the United States exporters; guarantees the repayment of loans or makes loans to foreign purchasers of the United States goods and services; and provides credit insurance against non-payment by foreign buyers for political or commercial risk. The company was founded in 1934 and based in Washington, District Of Columbia.

811 Vermont Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20571

United States

Founded in 1934

Phone:

202-565-3377

Fax:

202-565-3380

Key Executives for Export-Import Bank of the United States

Chairman and President
Age: 62
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
First Vice President and Vice Chair
First Vice President and Director
Senior Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Export-Import Bank of the United States Key Developments

Export-Import Bank of the United States Presents at 12th Annual Middle East and Africa Airfinance Conference, Oct-15-2014 11:30 AM

Export-Import Bank of the United States Presents at 12th Annual Middle East and Africa Airfinance Conference, Oct-15-2014 11:30 AM. Venue: Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Speakers: David Fiore, Deputy Vice President, Transportation Division.

Export-Import Bank of the United States Announces Executive Changes

The Export-Import Bank of the United States said it has named Scott Schloegel as senior vice president and chief of staff to chairman and president Fred P Hochberg. Since January of 2011, Schloegel served as the senior vice president of congressional affairs at the bank, where he successfully led Ex-Im Bank to a multi-year reauthorisation through the US Congress, secured increases in the bank appropriation level, and helped to lead five board members through Senate confirmation. He replaces Scott Mulhauser, who recently departed for Beijing to serve as chief of staff at the US Embassy in China to Ambassador Baucus.

Export-Import Bank of the United States Announces Board Changes

The Export-Import Bank of the United States announced Scott Schloegel as Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff to Chairman and President Fred P. Hochberg. Since January of 2011, Schloegel served as the Senior Vice President of Congressional Affairs at the Bank, where he successfully led Ex-Im Bank to a multi-year reauthorization through Congress, secured increases in the Bank appropriation level, and helped to lead five board members through Senate confirmation. He replaces Scott Mulhauser, who recently departed for Beijing to serve as Chief of Staff at the U.S. Embassy in China to Ambassador Baucus.

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