How much support is the Philippine government giving to its export sector by means of its financing schemes? Are the small and indirect exporters given preference or assistance? How supportive is the entire export financing system in the country to the attainment of an export-driven development strategy? These questions are the primary concern of this paper. Based on a survey sample of seven commercial banks, it examines the various components of the Philippine export financing system. A review of the Philippine trade policies and its export profiles is provided.