Bank of Industry signs £100 million agreement with France to combat climate change in Nigeria
Nigeria’s Bank of Industry has signed a deal valued at $100 million with the French Development Agency for the expansion of green finance in Nigeria to tackle climate change.
The deal was signed by Managing Director, BoI, Mr Olukayode Pitan and Mr Xavier Muron, Country Director, AfD in Lagos, according to the News Agency of Nigeria. He stated the transaction was approved by AfD under its Transforming Financial Systems for Climate (TFSC) Programme with the Green Climate Fund (GCF).
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