According to the Bank’s website, MIGA issued for a period of up to 18 years a Non-Honoring of Sovereign Financial Obligations (NHSFO) guarantee totaling c. US$550 million to Standard Chartered Bank of the United Kingdom, Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank of France, and JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, London Branch of the United States, for their non-shareholder loan to the Government of Senegal (GoS), in support of investments in DP World Dakar SA (DPWD), one of the operators of the port of Dakar's container terminals. The proceeds of the MIGA-backed loan will refinance debt contracted by the GoS to increase its shareholding interest in DPWD.
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