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BoI Plans to Raise $10bn From Foreign Investors


The Bank of Industry has announced its plans to raise $10bn from foreign investors to expand the nation’s real sector.

According to the bank, it has raised about $4bn in the last four years from over 100 international banks/investors in over 20 countries.

The Managing Director, BOI, Olukayode Pitan, said the raised funds were used to improve the bank’s capacity to support the nation’s real sector.

Pitan was quoted, in a statement  as disclosing this while speaking at the inauguration of the bank’s second tower in Abuja. Pitan also stated that the role the President Muhammadu Buhari , played in concluding the funding transactions cannot be overstated.

According to him, some of the transactions include a $750m syndicated medium-term loan in 2018, which has been fully paid; a €1bn syndicated loan in March 2020; a $1bn syndicated loan in December 2020; and a €750m senior Eurobond in February 2022.

He added that the bank’s innovative and technology-driven platform had been instrumental to the success of various Federal Government social intervention programmes.

He said the BoI grew its assets from N683bn in 2016 to N1.7tn in 2021.


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