Bank Austria offers tailored and competitive export finance packages which include insurable but also non-insurable ancillary loan elements (advance payment financing and local cost financing) in addition to financing products based on traditional insurance coverage offered on the private insurance market by the Austrian export credit agency, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG (OeKB) and/or other export credit agencies of foreign countries which are supported by foreign governments (such as Euler-Hermes, Bpifrance, SACE, EGAP, etc.).
In addition to the "hubs" in Vienna, Munich and Milan, Austrian exporters also benefit from the potential of an international banking group, where national borders are not considered barriers but natural parts of everyday business routine. Thanks to the global position of Structured Trade and Export Finance and the interaction between the local UniCredit experts, exporters benefit from
- the specific national expertise on the country of the potential customer
- financing solutions tailored to personal needs
Depending on the internal limits and risk assessment, Bank Austria makes a decision on a case-by-case basis whether the risks can be included in the individual portfolio. Particularly complex risk situations in connection with structuring the financing of a transaction often require creative solutions, and this also necessitates increased cooperation with multinational institutions (such as the EBRD, IFC, MIGA and the World Bank).