On an incomplete financial market, the stocks are modeled as pure jump processes subject to defaults. The exponential utility maximization problem is investigated characterizing the value function in term of Backward Stochastic Differential Equations (BSDEs), driven by pure jump processes. In general, in this setting, there is no unique solution. This is the reason why, the value function is proven to be the limit of a sequence of processes. Each of them is the solution of a Lipschitz BSDE and it corresponds to the value function associated with a subset of bounded admissible strategies. Given a representation of the jump processes driving the model, the aim of this note is to give a recursive backward scheme for the value function of the initial problem.