Original disclosure @ DFC website
Updated in EWS Feb 3, 2023
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According to the Bank’s website, DFC will provide a guaranty of the U.S. securities issued as part of a corporate bond transaction consisting of 20% local issuance and 80% U.S. issuance, the proceeds of which will be used by Caisse Régionale de Refinancement Hypothécaire de l’UEMOA to make loans to its member banks in the West African Monetary Union region for the purpose of providing long-term mortgages for low and middle-income housing.
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