ECAs: to be, or not to be?

In the wake of US Ex-Im's reauthorisation last month, TXF’s Ollie Gordon catches up with some of export finance’s most sagacious veterans for some honest, off-record input on the wider issue kicked up by the ECA's existential storm: should ECAs really exist?

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Comments (1)

  • John Schuster
    John Schuster, 32 Advisors 10 February 2016

    Great article. The US government is obligated to follow through on the effort to seek an end to export credits, and will do what the law requires. However, the parties responsible for imposing this legal requirement do not understand the real world issues that Oliver describes. ECAs are necessary and beneficial in the real world and of course should continue "to be".

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