According to bank documents, this summary describes equity investments by Absa Group Limited in its subsidiary in Mauritius, Barclays Bank Mauritius Limited. The investor has applied for MIGA guarantees of up to US$90 million in mandatory reserves cover for a period of up to 15 years.
Absa Group, South Africa-based, is one of the largest pan-African financial institutions in terms of total assets with operations in ten countries in Sub Saharan Africa. Its subsidiary banks outside of South Africa are required to maintain reserves at the central banks in their respective jurisdictions, based on the volume of customer deposits that these subsidiaries have. Mandatory reserves contribute to Absa Group's overall risk-weighted assets (RWA) at the consolidated level, resulting in less headroom for other assets at a given level of capital.
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