1 Oct 2020
The 60th anniversary of our independence is an important milestone, one that gives cause for celebration – but also gives cause for reflection. While the road hasn’t always been smooth, tremendous progress has been achieved over this period: life expectancy has increased from 37 to 54 years and GDP per capita has grown from US$93…
5 Apr 2018
The Republic of Malawi has become the second Southern African member country of Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), Africa’s leading infrastructure development finance institution.
12 Feb 2018
African Reinsurance Corporation (AfricaRe) has announced its membership of Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), and becomes the first multi-lateral financial institution to invest in AFC.
17 Apr 2017
In his reaction, the President/CEO of AFC, Andrew Alli, said: “AFC has been committed for the last 10 years to investing in projects that drive sustainable growth and development in Africa.
17 Aug 2016
If Nigeria must bridge its infrastructure deficit, which is expected to take about $2 trillion in the next three decades, a holistic approach must be developed to address key ...
29 Jul 2016
Djibouti has become the newest member of Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), an international investment grade multilateral finance institution investing in key infrastructure projects across Africa.
14 Jun 2016
According to Moody’s, this rating has been assigned to AFC because of its “sound capital adequacy, high liquidity, no non-performing loans and only a small impairment provision on its balance sheet.”