Foreign Credit Insurance Association

(U.S.) A U.S agency established in 1961 to offer insurance covering political and commercial risks on U.S. export receivables in partnership with the Export-Import Bank (Eximbank) of the United States.
The FCIA was founded in 1961 as a partnership of the Eximbank and a group of private insurance companies. Eximbank is responsible for the political risk and may underwrite or reinsure the commercial risk. The FCIA acts as an agent responsible for the marketing and daily administration of the program. Contact: FCIA Management Company, Inc.; 125 Park Avenue, 14th Floor; New York, NY 10017; Tel: [1] (212) 885-1500; Web: www.fcia.com. See Export-Import Bank of the United States.

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