As stated by the IFC, the project consists of an unfunded Risk Sharing Facility in an amount of up to GNF 50 billion (or approximatively US$5 million) to be committed in two equal tranches, that will guarantee up to 50% of a portfolio of small and medium enterprises in an amount of up to GNF100 billion (or approximatively US$10 million), under IFC’s Small Loans Guarantee Program.
The proposed engagement aims to support NSIA Guinée to build its capacity to grow and expand its SME Banking business, while strengthening its risk management practices. IFC ‘s intervention aims to provide support on focus on areas such as market segmentation and product development and end-to-end risk management to be able to serve the SME segment well.
The IFC categorized the project as FI-2.
As stated by the IFC, NSIA Banque Guinée was created in 2011 as a subsidiary of NSIA Group headquartered in Côte D’Ivoire. The Bank is held at 89.6% by NSIA Group as of June 2022 with the remaining shareholding divided amongst other Guinean corporates and individuals.
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