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Perspective
26 August 2020

Africa: Export finance, PRI and life after Covid

In:
Infrastructure, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Transport, Waste and water
Region:
Middle East & Africa
Deputy Editor
TXF is joined by Melanie Lawrence of Afreximbank, Gabriel Buck of GKB Ventures and Chris Mitman of Investec to discuss the challenges faced in providing export finance to Africa.

In the latest episode of TXF's export finance podcast series, TXF's CEO and co-founder Dan Sheriff discusses the current and future books for commercial banks with export finance exposure to Africa, the retraction of the private insurance sector and the issues caused, the lack of incentives for socially impactful sectors in the OECD Consensus, specific African challenges related to local content requirements, and a call for greater provision of local currency solutions.


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