Back2Back Agrifinance Trainings to Explore Options for Catalysing Finance to Agribusinesses
Welcome2Africa International in cooperation with AFEX Commodities Exchange, Sahel Capital, Cari, Dalberg, and Brickstone International will be dissecting - exploring various means of financing agribusinesses in its Back2Back Agri-finance training series. Following up from previous summits held in London, Accra, Abuja, Frankfurt, The Netherlands and Belgium, the Back2Back Agri finance series aims to explore finance models that could be used to catalyse finance into Nigeria’s Agricultural sector.
The training series is scheduled to hold as follows;
BLENDED FINANCE – DECEMBER 4TH 2018
ISLAMIC FINANCE – DECEMBER 5TH 2018
PUBLIC (DONOR) FINANCE – FEBRUARY 26TH 2019
VALUE CHAIN FINANCE - FEBRUARY 27TH 2019
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The Back2Back Agri-finance training series seeks to provide intimate and interactive platforms to critically examine the basics and intricacies of various forms of agrifinance in the agribusiness sector among key players and investment/ finance experts. Some of the topics that will be covered during the training sessions include :
Blended Finance: Structuring a blended finance deal, and the role Banks, Private Equity, Insurance Companies, and Donors, for the successful implementation of a blended finance deal for Agribusinesses in Nigeria
How Financial Institutions can be structured to accommodate Blended finance funds
What role can governments/state governments contribute/benefit from Blended Finance Deals.
Constraints/Challenges Versus Opportunities of using Islamic Finance for Agribusiness Development in Nigeria
Guidelines on Islamic Financing for Agriculture / How Agribusinesses can be insured using Islamic Financing
Managing Access to Donor Financing: steps-by-step process to get access to donor funding for specific agribusiness programmes in Nigeria.
How Donor Funds can be used in the Financing of agribusinesses in Nigeria
How to maximally enhance financial innovations in Nigeria’s Agricultural Value Chain
How can value chain actors in Nigeria access financing from foreign investments