Nigeria: Infracredit Gets U.S.$15 Million Investment Package From AfDB

African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a $15 million investment package to Infrastructure Credit Guarantee Company (InfraCredit), to support infrastructure financing through the domestic debt capital markets in Nigeria.

The package comprises a subordinated loan of $10 million and a risk sharing facility of up to $5 million. This intervention will promote local currency infrastructure financing and further development of the domestic capital market.

InfraCredit is a specialised infrastructure credit guarantee company, established to enhance local currency debt instruments, mainly bonds, to finance eligible infrastructure projects in Nigeria.

It was founded by the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) in collaboration with GuarantCo (part of the Private Infrastructure Development Group).

These initial investors have been joined by the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) and KfW, the German Development Bank.

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