1. See Nigeria's shocking position on list of top borrowing nations

    By Victor Enengedi The latest International Finance Corporation report has identified Nigeria among the top 10 biggest debtors in the world Nigeria was listed with approximately $2.02 billion in debt, securing the ninth spot among the ten featured countries. Nigeria's DMO had disclo
  2. Africa: Projects Funded By the World Bank Group's Private Sector Arm Fuel Armed Conflict in Africa - Study

    By Brian Ganson, Anne Spencer Jamison and Witold Jerzy Henisz / The Conversation Africa [The Conversation Africa] To what extent does private investment help developing countries to reduce conflict and violence and to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals ? This is a hotly debat
  3. APA SHEild: Insurance launches Programme to Enhance Kenyan Women Financial Well-Being

    By Wycliffe Musalia APA Insurance, part of the APA Apollo Group, and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, today launched APA SHEild to increase access to affordable financial products for women in Kenya, including health, wellness, persona
  4. Emerging markets need $1.5 trillion to make buildings greener - World Bank's IFC

    By: Tommy Wilkes and Simon Jessop LONDON (Reuters) - Emerging markets will need $1.5 trillion in investment before 2035 to make new and existing buildings environmentally friendly and avoid a jump in climate-damaging emissions, a top economist at the World Bank's private finance a
  5. See the massive fund Dangote and other billionaires are raising for businesses in Africa

    By Pascal Oparada Nigerian billionaire businessman Aliko Dangote is partnering with other billionaires to raise funds for African businesses A group of top US investors says they intend to pour about $500 million into businesses in Africa They will invest the funds into power and lo