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Afreximbank declared “Best Multilateral Bank” at Trade Finance Global International Trade Awards 2022

…Bags 4 EMEA finance achievement Awards

By Onu Okorie

African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) is delighted to announce its receipt of the award for Best Multilateral Development Bank at the Trade Finance Global (TFG) 2022 International Trade Awards. The award was presented to the Bank at the Global Annual Meeting of BAFT held in Washington DC on 4th May 2022.

Now in its sixth year running, the TFG International Trade Awards 2022, in cooperation with BAFT, acknowledge excellence among those who have made an outstanding contribution to global trade and finance. Afreximbank was awarded first place in the category of Best Multilateral Bank for its support of African countries in addressing the economic, financial and health issues arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. This marks the first time an African institution has won this recognition assessed against global competition.

Afreximbank is also delighted to have been granted four awards at the EMEA Finance Achievement Awards 2021. The 14th Annual Achievement Awards recognise deals and dealmakers of 2021, nominated by parties including banks and their clients, for transactions that exemplify the innovative work taking place in the region’s capital markets. Afreximbank was acclaimed for its landmark securitisations and structured finance deals on behalf of EMEA’s leading companies. This is the second time that Afreximbank has been recognised by EMEA Finance.

Reflecting on the Bank’s latest awards, Prof. Benedict Oramah, President of Afreximbank, said:

“Afreximbank is honoured to receive these awards. We remain committed to our mission of expanding access to trade finance in Africa, even in times of global economic difficulties. In 2020 and 2021, Afreximbank intervened forcibly in support of African economies as they battled the COVID 19 pandemic. Over US$7 billion was disbursed to African States to mitigate the impact of the pandemic. The Bank helped central and commercial banks to avert trade debt payment defaults and boosted health systems through technology-enabled improved access to essential medical supplies. We are proud of the outcome of our continued efforts to stimulate a consistent expansion, diversification and development of African trade and thank both Trade Finance Global and EMEA Finance for these awards, which constitute an endorsement of our mandate and vision.”

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