According to the Bank’s website, the project consists in a financing package of up to EUR130 million to Wave Mobile Money S.A. (Senegal entity) and Wave Côte d’Ivoire S.A. (the Co-Borrowers), mobile money companies offering cash deposit, withdrawal, money transfer, merchant and bill payments. The Co-Borrowers will use the proceeds of the financing to fund their working capital needs, including the pre-financing of agents and bill payments.
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Wave Mobile Money Holdings Inc.
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+1 678 576 7826
Boston, MA 02134
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