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Company Overview of Africa Finance Corporation
Africa Finance Corporation, a multilateral development finance company, provides various financial services in Africa. It provides offers project financing services, such as debt, equity, and mezzanine financing; project management services; trade finance services and trade facilities; technical advisory services; early stage risk capital; equipment finance; corporate finance; and debt/equity syndication services. The company also advises clients on project financial structuring, debt and equity fundraising, and corporate restructuring; and invests in equity or quasi-equity capital in various projects or companies in various sectors. It serves power, transportation infrastructure, heavy indu...
3a Osborne Road
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for Africa Finance Corporation
Chief Executive Officer, President and Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer and Director
Chief Operating Officer, Head of Legal Department, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary and Executive Director
Chief Risk Officer and Senior Vice President
Chief Investment Officer and Executive Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Africa Finance Corporation Key Developments
Africa Finance Corporation Presents at 14th Annual African Capital Markets Conference, Dec-01-2016 09:00 AM
Nov 28 16
Africa Finance Corporation Presents at 14th Annual African Capital Markets Conference, Dec-01-2016 09:00 AM. Venue: Cape Town, South Africa. Speakers: Prince Essilfie, Funding & Treasury Management.
Africa Finance Corporation Presents at Mines and Money London 2016, Nov-30-2016 01:50 PM
Nov 25 16
Africa Finance Corporation Presents at Mines and Money London 2016, Nov-30-2016 01:50 PM. Venue: Islington Business Design Centre, 14-22 Coleman Fields, London N1 7AD, United Kingdom. Speakers: Oliver Tunde Andrews, Chief Investment Officer and Executive Director.
Nigerian Government May Sell Assets
Oct 2 16
Nigerian Government might sell national assets to move out of recession. The government has not taken a firm decision on the matter. Some of the intended sales could be in form of time-bound leases, advance renewal payments on leasing licensesand concessioning, which would attract buoyant signature fees," a top official of the presidency has said. The assets that will be affected by the sale are Nigeria LNG Limited, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Port Harcourt Refining Company Limited, Kaduna Refining & Petrochemical Company Limited, The Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company, Africa Finance Corporation, East-West Rail lines, airports, West African Gas Pipeline Company Limited and Presidential air fleet. Although the government has not said the presidential air fleet was one of areas being proposed for sale, some concerned Nigerians have urged government to take advantage of the opportunity offered by the planned sale of national asset to dispose of some the ten aircraft in the fleet.
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