The syndicated facility of $90 million 2.5-year working capital loan will allow ETG to have sufficient liquidity to continue its operations, maintain employment and continue its support to farmers across Africa. A considerable share of ACF's sourcing is from Least-Developed Countries.
Agri Commodities and Finance ("ACF") is the main trading company of ETC Group ("ETG"), a large and diversified agricultural commodity trader and supply chain manager with most of its footprint in Africa. ETC Group became an FMO client in 2019. Since its establishment in 1967 in Kenya, ETG has emerged to become the largest independent agricultural commodity supply chain manager in Africa. The Group owns and manages a vertically integrated agricultural supply chain with operations spanning procurement, processing, warehousing, distribution and merchandising.
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