R1.2bn funding for FNB to improve lending to SMEs – Cape Town – Cape Business News
R1.2bn funding for FNB to improve lending to SMEs – Cape Town
Cape Business News
FNB will receive new financing of $100 million (R1.2 billion) from the International Finance Corporation (IFC), to support its lending to small and medium enterprises (SMEs), with a focus on women-owned businesses.
IFC Extends R1.2 billion in Finance to FNB to Expand SME Lending …BusinessGhana
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