Achieve your goals with GIEK
Norske statlige garantier betyr høy grad av sikkerhet for eksportører, kjøpere og banker
We reduce risk for exporters, buyers, or their banks, depending on the guarantee product used in connection with an export transaction. Lower risk gives the parties incentive to sign a contract and increases exporter competitiveness.
The application process includes a four-step explanation of our requirements and how the guarantee application is processed and followed up.
GIEK can provide a guarantee to a bank that finances a company’s investment in Norway. The investment must directly or indirectly lead to export.
Norwegian export contracts are quicker and easier to negotiate when the buyer receives help to debt-finance the purchase. GIEK’s buyer credit guarantee can be combined with funding from Norwegian and foreign banks, or from Export Credit Norway.
Through the ship guarantee scheme for financing ships from yards in Norway to be used in Norway, GIEK mitigates risk for banks and other financial institutions. The ship guarantee secures repayment of the loan from the buyer.
In some cases a Norwegian company may be asked to provide a bank guarantee to its foreign customers. The bank guarantee may cover actual delivery, advance payment or other risks the buyer takes. This is called a counter guarantee.
This guarantee protects the exporter from suffering losses during the production period as a result of contract non-fulfilment by a foreign buyer.
This guarantee facilitates Norwegian investment in countries with high political risk. The guarantee may cover either equity or loans.
Ensures money transfer between the buyer’s and the exporter’s bank. Mitigates risk for the bank and indirectly for the exporter.
Guarantees payment in connection with major contracts for the purchase or sale of electric power.
This guarantee can be provided to Norwegian exporters that need financing of production costs linked to a specific export contract.
This guarantee ensures that the exporter receives payment for sales on credit to a foreign buyer.
This guarantee reimburses the expenses of Norwegian companies that engage in competitive tendering for aid-funded projects in developing countries.