The Federal Republic of Nigeria (the “Republic”) today announces that it has priced its offering of US$2.86 billion aggregate principal amount of triple series notes (the “Notes”) under its Global Medium-Term Note Programme. The offering has attracted significant interest from leading global institutional investors with a peak combined order book of over US$9.5 billion, which reflects an over-subscription of more than 3 times and demonstrates the on-going confidence of international capital market investors in Nigeria’s investment story.
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First City Monument Bank (FCMB) is set to substantially increase its support to agribusiness, its value chain and growth of the Nigerian economy after signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the World Savings and Retail Banking Institute (WSBI). The memorandum outlines a framework to deepen agency banking, financial inclusion and savings culture in the informal and agribusiness sectors. As part of the terms of the partnership, in addition to the stated areas of support, WSBI will provide technical oversight supervision on a regular basis to ensure the achievement of mutually agreed goals set by both institutions.