JBIC offers a range of financial products and other services to our clients.
Export loans support Japanese plant, ship and technology exports.
JBIC provides overseas investment loans to meet long-term financing needs of Japanese firms for their international business development, including projects that will establish/expand production bases and develop natural resources overseas.
JBIC supports overseas business operations of its clients by participating in their equity investments. Interested Japanese business firms should contact specific international finance departments for more information.
Import loans support the import of strategically important goods by Japanese firms, including oil, natural gas (such as LNG) and iron ore. The guarantee facility is available for the import of goods other than natural resources.
Untied loans are loans not conditional on procurement of equipment and materials from Japan. These loans finance projects and programs primarily in developing countries; the imports they need; and their efforts to achieve balance-of-payments equilibrium or stabilize currencies.
JBIC issues guarantees for loans extended by private financial institutions, public bonds issued by governments and other public entities in developing countries and corporate bonds issued by overseas Japanese subsidiaries and affiliates.
JBIC conducts feasibility and other studies in the early stage of the projects undertaken in developing and resource-endowed countries.
Two-Step Loans Currently Available
JBIC provides two-step loans (TSLs) to institutions such as financial institutions in developing countries. Funds are available locally through such institutions.
The list shows the loans extended by JBIC directly to institutions such as regional multilateral financial institutions and local financial institutions for the purpose of supporting import of Japanese machinery, equipment, etc. to a range of countries.
The list shows the loans extended by JBIC directly to institutions such as local financial institutions for the purpose of further expanding the flow of funds of private-sector companies in developing countries.
The list shows the loans extended directly to institutions such as regional multilateral financial institutions and local financial institutions for the purpose of expanding the flow of funds of private-sector companies in such countries and regions. Loans are not conditional on investment or procurement of equipment and materials from Japan.