• Accessing export credit agency support and financing infrastructure

Whether you are a contractor or a government financing that next hospital, bridge or other form of infrastructure, we can help you access ECA support

Our teams of experts work closely with export credit agencies (ECAs) and private risk insurance companies (PRIs). The advantages of an ECA and/ or PRI covered transaction include availability in situations where stand-alone financing would not be feasible; relative long repayment periods, including a grace period; cover in most convertible currencies; fixed interest rate options; security of payments for suppliers; significant country risk mitigation; standardised documentation processes.

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Market makeover – financing the new Ghana Kumasi Market Market makeover – financing the new Ghana Kumasi Market

Fabio Camara, CEO of Contracta Engenharia Ltda and James Pumphrey, Head of Head of Structured Trade and Export Finance UK at Deutsche Bank talk to Trade Finance TV about how they made the US$259m revamp of Ghana's Kumasi Market happen.

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Building healthcare Building healthcare

Well before the advent of Covid-19, plans were under way for better healthcare infrastructure in Côte d’Ivoire to support GDP growth momentum. flow reports on a project to build hospitals and additional facilities in the towns of Aboisso and Adzopé

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University challenge University challenge

Ghana’s dependence on raw commodity exports has done little for its economy or its food security. It still imports most staple foodstuffs. flow reports on how export credit agency financing is building a university dedicated to sustainable development and agribusiness

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Exclusive insights and reference tools from the world of corporate and institutional financial services. flow, through articles, special reports and broadcast media is where goods, capital and ideas connect

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