July 29, 2016 11:29 AM ET


Company Overview of African Export-Import Bank

Company Overview

African Export-Import Bank operates as a multilateral financial institution that engages in financing and promoting intra- and extra-African trade. Its programs and facilities include project and export development, structured trade finance, syndications and specialized finance, corporate finance, and investment banking program and advisory services. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Cairo, Egypt with branch offices in Harare, Zimbabwe; and Abuja, Nigeria.

72 (B) El-Maahad El-Eshteraky Street


Cairo,  11341


Founded in 1993

127 Employees


20 2 2456 4100


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Key Executives for African Export-Import Bank

Chairman and President
Executive Vice President of Finance, Administration & Banking Services
Director of Operations
Managing Director of Intra African Trade Initiative
Chief Economist and Director of Research & International Cooperation
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

African Export-Import Bank Key Developments

African Export-Import Bank, the Export-Import Bank of China Sign $1 Billion Collaboration Agreement for Development of Industrial Parks

The African Export-Import Bank and the Export-Import Bank of China have signed a cooperation agreement to create a $1 billion China-Africa Investment and Industrialization Programme to facilitate the construction and creation of industrial parks and special economic zones on the continent. Under the terms of a separate cooperation agreement, signed between Afreximbank and the Made in Africa initiative during the same ceremony, Afreximbank and the Initiative will also pursue the facilitation of investment flows into Africa by working with African governments to create, develop, and improve "soft" and "hard" infrastructure required for industrialization.

African Export-Import Bank, Annual General Meeting, Jul 18, 2016

African Export-Import Bank, Annual General Meeting, Jul 18, 2016. Location: Savoy Resort and Spa, Beau Vallon Mahe Island Seychelles

African Export-Import Bank Appoints Gwen Mwaba as New Director of Trade Finance

The African Export-Import Bank has appointed Gwen Mwaba as its new director of Trade Finance. She takes over the position from Kanayo Awani who was recently appointed managing director, Intra-African Trade Initiative. Until her appointment, Ms. Mwaba was the regional manager for Anglophone West Africa in charge of Afreximbank's Abuja Branch Office, a position she held since May 2015. A Zambian national, the new director joined Afreximbank from Standard Bank Plc., where she worked as executive vice president, Structured Trade Finance and Syndications for Africa based in London. Prior to that, she worked variously with Stanbic Bank Zambia Ltd. as Head, Vehicle and Asset Finance and as Head, Corporate Banking; Standard Bank of South Africa as Head of Corporate Banking; African Banking Corporation as Corporate Banking Manager; and Stanbic Bank Zambia Ltd. as account manager, Financial Services.

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