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Export-Import Bank of the United States

811 Vermont Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20571



PRESIDENT / CHAIR Charles J. Hall, Acting
First Vice President / Vice Chair Scott Schloegel, Acting

Director (vacancy)
Director (vacancy)
Director (vacancy)

Chief Financial Officer David M. Sena
Chief Information Officer Howard Spira
Chief Risk Officer / Executive Vice President Jeff Goettman, Acting

Chief of Staff / Senior Vice President Jesse Law
Deputy Chief of Staff Ryan Caudelle
General Counsel / Senior Vice President Angela Mariana Freyre
Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer Anthony Scaramucci
Senior Vice President, Export Finance / Chief Banking Officer Troy Fuhriman
Senior Vice President, Communications Jennifer Hazelton
Senior Vice President, Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs Kevin Warnke, Acting
Senior Vice President, Credit and Risk Management Kenneth M. Tinsley
Senior Vice President, Policy and Planning James C. Cruse
Senior Vice President, Resource Management Michael Cushing
Senior Vice President, Small Business James Burrows
Deputy Chief Banking Officer Madolyn Phillips

Vice President, Asset Management Walter F. Keating
Vice President, Business Credit Pamela S. Bowers
Vice President, Business Processes, Total Enterprise Modernization Michele A. Kuester
Vice President, Communications Rebecca Rose
Vice President, Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs Kevin Warnke
Vice President, Controller Patricia Wolf
Vice President, Country Risk and Economic Analysis / Chief Economist William A. Marsteller
Vice President, Credit Review and Compliance Walter Hill, Jr.
Vice President, Credit Underwriting David W. Carter
Vice President, Customer and Business Solutions Rochele Barham
Vice President, Engineering and Environment James A. Mahoney, Jr.
Vice President, Finance / Treasurer Nathalie Herman
Vice President, International Relations Isabel Galdiz
Vice President, Operations and Data Quality Nicole M.B. Valtos
Vice President, Policy Analysis Helene Walsh
Vice President, Sales and Marketing Sean Luke
Vice President, Structured Finance Hala El Mohandes
Vice President, Transportation Robert F.X. Roy

The Export-Import Bank helps finance the export of U.S. goods and services to international markets.

The Export-Import Bank of the United States (ExIm Bank), established in 1934, operates as an independent agency of the U.S. Government under the authority of the Export-Import Bank Act of 1945, as amended (12 U.S.C. 635 et seq.). Its Board of Directors comprises the President and Chair, the First Vice President and Vice Chair, and three directors—a total of five members. With the advice and consent of the Senate, the President appoints all of them.

The ExIm Bank helps American exporters adjust to government-supported financing competition from other countries. The assistance allows U.S. exports to compete for overseas business on the basis of price, performance, and service, which protects U.S. jobs. The Bank also fills gaps in the availability of commercial financing for creditworthy export transactions by providing a variety of financing mechanisms, including working capital guarantees, export-credit insurance, and financing for the purchase of U.S. goods and services.

The Bank is required to find a reasonable assurance of repayment for each transaction it supports. Its legislation requires it to meet the financing terms of competitor export credit agencies, but not to compete with commercial lenders. Restrictions also apply to the Bank's support for military goods and services and to its operation in some countries.

A self-sustaining agency, EXIM operates at no cost to taxpayers. Since 2009, EXIM has contributed nearly $3.8 billion to American taxpayers.


The ExIm Bank is authorized to have loans, guarantees, and insurance outstanding at any one time in aggregate amount not exceeding $120 billion. A variety of Ex-Im Bank programs offered under broad export financing categories—working capital guarantees, export credit insurance, loan guarantees, and direct loans—support U.S. exporters.

The Bank's regional offices focus on small business outreach and support. Its Small Business Committee makes recommendations on and coordinates and evaluates Bank functions necessary for an effective small-business strategy.

Sources of Information

Electronic Updates

An online subscription form is available to sign up for email updates from the Ex-Im Bank.


To carry out its mission, the Bank relies on professionals with a range of skills and expertise: attorney-advisors, business development and loan specialists, economists, engineers, and resource managers in accounting, finance, human resources, and information technology.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

A FOIA request must be made in writing. It may be submitted using the online request form or by email, fax, or postal mail. | Email:


ExIm Bank posts board agendas and meeting minutes, reports, and speeches online.

The Chair writes a quarterly newsletter that includes information on the Bank's performance over the previous 3 months. The newsletter also includes analysis of global economic trends, customer stories, practical export tips, upcoming Bank events, and other resources.

Office of the Inspector General (OIG)

The OIG investigates complaints of abuse, fraud, and waste. Phone, 888-644-3946. | Email:

Open Government

The ExIm Bank is becoming more collaborative, participatory, and transparent by making data available in an open format and by providing a mechanism for the public to submit feedback.

Project Information and Concerns

The "Environmental and Social Project Information and Concerns" Web page provides an online form for expressing project-specific concerns, requesting project-specific information, or submitting information on a particular project.

Regional Offices

The ExIm Bank operates regional export finance centers and field offices nationwide. A List of these centers, with their contact information, is available online.

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