Our cooperation with borrowers

International export business forms the basis of our joint activities. On this basis, AKA offers interesting finance solutions for international borrowers – importers and foreign banks. These solutions are often based on a cover provided by an export credit agency (ECA).

Working together for individual financing

The precise structure of the cooperation with AKA and the resultant finance solutions depend on numerous different factors. If you are an importer, you should ask the exporter for details of possible financing. Exporters with international experience are particularly familiar with the various options available and know the proper contacts.

As a syndicate bank, AKA cooperates with all banks and numerous European ECAs for offering export and trade finance.


You can find out more about AKA here.


AKA offers you the knowledge that it has accumulated in 70 years of experience as a specialised bank in international business and the contacts with relevant foreign trade partners. With its high degree of specialisation, AKA is able to make quick decisions concerning individual financing solutions.


You can find out more about ECA-covered finance here.



The cost of investment finance can be reduced by making use of German and European government export credit agencies as well as the good funding opportunities available from AKA and the banks.


AKA already has numerous basic agreements with banks allowing a wide range of different import transactions to be handled. If you are planning a large number of import transactions in the future, talk to us about the possibilities of a basic agreement. It offers numerous simplifications for the individual transactions.

Advantages at a glance:

  • Access to leading banks in Germany via AKA as a syndicate bank
  • Interesting long-term finance for import projects
  • Joint activities with various European ECAs
  • Fast processing and short decision-making paths

Further information on the ECA-covered finance provided by AKA can be found here


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