EXIM Thailand's business policy focuses on the provision of financial and related non-financial services to enhance Thai enterprises’ international trade competitiveness. These include facilities to promote and support the export of goods/services and business activities that earn, or support the earning of, foreign exchange and facilities to support import and other domestic businesses that help save foreign exchange and strengthen Thai exports’ competitive edge, as well as Thai businesses overseas that contribute to the expansion of Thailand’s international trade and investment base. 

The Bank emphasizes the offering of services that add value to exports and businesses beneficial to national advancement. It also takes an aggressive role in encouraging commercial banks to increase their participation in the promotion of business sectors that contribute to foreign exchange earning or saving. Emphasis is especially placed on financial services required by those businesses but not yet sufficiently available at commercial banks at present and in the future. 

The Bank is determined to perform a development bank role in a bid to promote international trade, Thai businesses abroad, and the country’s economic development. The various aspects of the Bank’s role could be summed up as follows: 

  • Promotion of Export and Import


    EXIM Thailand has developed its export promotion activities in the form of financial and non-financial services, including export credit insurance against non-payment risk. This is aimed to bolster the expansion of Thai exports in the existing market destinations and other promising emerging markets and to promote the enhancement of production efficiency and effectiveness, including the import of products and services, which will help upgrade Thai product standards on the global market. 

  • Promotion of Joint Ventures by Thai Investors with Entrepreneurs Overseas


    EXIM Thailand encourages Thai businessmen to enter joint ventures with their counterparts abroad with a view to broadening their trade network and alliance and, hence, enabling Thai products to better align marketing campaigns with consumers’ needs, to reach target markets effectively and to generate income from product distribution overseas at higher prices than those obtained from the domestic market.