Mark Klein

Export Finance Manager The Export – Import Bank of the United States

Mark is the latest addition to the Export Finance team at The Export – Import Bank of the U.S. (EX-IM Bank) and covers much of the Midwest market for EX-IM.  EX-IM Bank is the official Export Credit Agency for the U.S. and its mission is to assist in the financing of U.S. goods and services to international markets.  In doing so, U.S. exporters increase their export sales and sustain/create U.S. jobs.  EX-IM Bank will play a major in the National Export Initiative and help double exports in 5 years and create 2 Million US jobs.

Mark is a member of the Midwest Regional Office located in Chicago, Illinois.  Mark covers the KY, Southern OH, Southern IN and Southern IL areas and works closely with exporters/soon to be exporters in those regions.  In addition to these areas, Mark helps cover the entire Midwest Office’s footprint spanning 13 states.

Prior to joining EX-IM Bank, Mark was an International Banking Services Specialist for three commercial banks and worked with exporters in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and West Virginia. Mark counseled these exporters on a variety of issues including, but not limited to, Letters of Credit, Foreign Exchange Risk Mitigation and Export Credit Insurance.  Mark was instrumental in building an International Banking Services Department from the ground up at a small community bank.

Mark is a graduate of the University of Louisville, both undergraduate and MBA, and holds the Certified International Credit Professional (CICP) certification from the FCIB.

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