According to the website, IFC will provide Côte d'Ivoire Banque Nationale d'Investissement (BNI) with leasing advisory services geared at (1) research and planning; (2) organization and systems; (3) business process design; (4) contractual supports; and (5) staff and management training to prepare BNI to launch leasing operations as a way to increase access to finance for small and medium-sized businesses.
This is a client sponsor preparation project which aims to prepare Côte d'Ivoire Banque Nationale d'Investissement (BNI) to launch leasing operations as a way to increase access to finance for small and medium-sized businesses. This project will prepare BNI to acquire the necessary knowledge in the area of leasing to be ready to start their leasing activities.
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