The proposed project consists of a trade finance facility of up to US$5 million for Banque Internationale pour le Commerce et l'Industrie de la Côte d’Ivoire (“BICICI” or “the Bank”) with a maturity of up to 1 year. The investment falls under the IFC’s Global Trade Finance Program (“GTFP”) and the African Trade and Supply Chain Finance Program (“ATRI”). The investment will support BICICI’s international trade business and enhance acceptability of Letter of Credits, Guarantees and other trade instruments issued by BICICI, the sixth largest bank in Côte d’Ivoire in terms of gross loans, in favor of its Correspondent Banks (CB).
Mr. Yao Gerard Kouadio
Responsable Stratégie Etudes et Veille
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