According to the IFC, the project will assist NSIA Banque Benin in improving its capacity to serve its SME clients, focusing on areas such as the bank's business model, sales and delivery channels, frontline capacity building and credit management and products, [in order to] help NSIA Banque Benin strengthen its SME portfolio by strengthening its strategy, products, and credit capabilities. Increasing the Bank’s SME portfolio will drive economic growth in Benin.
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