Export Credit Expert Group
Why OECD work on Export Credits Policy Matters
The OECD sets terms and conditions for the use of export credit support in member countries through its Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits. Through its fact–based analysis, the OECD helps policymakers assess the options, understand the new dynamics of world trade, identify new opportunities, and devise approaches to negotiations that can lead to a new era of trade and investment.
How Business Engages with the OECD on Export Credits PolicyOur Export Credit Expert Group advises the OECD on how to maintain the practicability and efficiency of official export credit support as a tool for export promotion. The priority is to avoid rules that unfairly disadvantage OECD exporters against competitors from emerging economies. Our Expert Group engages with OECD on export credit developments, in particular through the OECD’s annual Export Credits Forum.
Our 2024 Priorities
- Promote greater flexibility in the OECD Arrangement, including for green projects
- Support lower regulatory burdens in export credits projects
Our Engagement with OECD Bodies
- OECD Working Party on Export Credits and Credit Guarantees
3 November 2023
Building on the momentum for a more fit-for-purpose OECD Arrangement
25 November 2022
Modernizing the OECD Consensus – For a more flexible and market-reflective approach
1 November 2020
Contribution to the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Anti-Corruption