FCMB secures $15m trade finance facility with ITFC

FCMB secures $15m trade finance facility with ITFC

45
Reach the right people at the right time with Nationnewslead. Try and advertise any kind of your business to users online today. Kindly contact us for your advert or publication @ Nationnewslead@gmail.com Call or Whatsapp: 08168544205, 07055577376, 09122592273

First City Monument Bank (FCMB) today announced a $15 million Master Murabaha Agreement with the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC), a member of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Group. The agreement, signed during April’s World Economic Forum in Saudi Arabia, will strengthen FCMB’s support of Nigeria’s trade finance sector.

The funds will facilitate the import and export of agricultural products, machinery, essential commodities, raw materials, and alternative energy solutions. This move aligns with FCMB’s commitment to fostering inclusive and sustainable growth in Nigeria.

“This agreement affirms FCMB’s commitment to driving sustainable economic growth in Nigeria,” said Yemisi Edun, Managing Director of FCMB. “By investing in critical sectors like agribusiness and renewable energy, we’re not just strengthening our position, we’re contributing to a more robust and resilient Nigerian economy that can confidently engage globally.”

FCMB’s Divisional Head of Treasury and International Banking, Gerald Ikem, emphasized the partnership’s significance: “This collaboration with ITFC signifies more than just international recognition of FCMB and Nigeria’s economic potential. It equips us with the resources needed to drive growth in vital sectors such as agriculture, manufacturing, and renewable energy. It reinforces our dedication to fostering sustainable and inclusive economic progress throughout the country.”

ALSO READ: OPay resumes onboarding new users

The ITFC, established in 2008 to advance and facilitate international trade, has provided US$69 billion of financing to various countries. It is crucial in promoting economic development and reducing poverty through trade-led growth.

FCMB, part of FCMB Group Plc, is committed to fostering inclusive and sustainable growth within its communities by building a supportive ecosystem connecting people, capital, and markets across Africa. The deal is expected to boost productivity, increase food and energy security, create jobs, and ultimately contribute to a higher standard of living and overall economic growth in Nigeria.

NIGERIAN TRIBUNE


Reach the right people at the right time with Nationnewslead. Try and advertise any kind of your business to users online today. Kindly contact us for your advert or publication @ Nationnewslead@gmail.com Call or Whatsapp: 08168544205, 07055577376, 09122592273



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *