Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (NEXI/Japan)
|Institution type||Export credit agency|
|Ownership||100% owned by the government of Japan through Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry|
|Head office||Chiyoda First Building, East Wing 5th Floor, 3-8-1 Nishikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8359, Japan|
|Representative office in SEA||NEXI, Singapore, c/o JETR0 16 Raffles Quay#38-05, Hong Leong Bldg.,Singapore 048581|
|Rating (implicit)||Government of Japan (Moodys A1, S&P A+, Fitchs A)|
|Major instruments||Export credit and trade insurance, investment insurance, reinsurance|
Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (NEXI) is founded in 2001 and wholly-owned by the Japanese government through the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. It is a member of the Berne Union.
NEXIs main objective is to promote international trade and support Japanese companies exports by providing various types of trade and investment insurance products to protect their overseas transactions against political and commercial risks that are not covered by private insurers.
NEXI provides trade insurances products, including export credit insurance or trade insurance. It also provides investment and loans insurances, including buyers credit insurance or overseas investment insurance.
Export credit insurance is the main insurance product issued, representing more than half of all insurance products provided by NEXI. Medium-long term export credit insurances remain as the major export credit insurance issued by NEXI.