The Nigerian Export-Import Bank is an export credit agency in Nigeria. The statutory functions of the Bank include providing finance, credit insurance against political and commercial risks in the event of non-payment by foreign buyers. They provide risk bearing services as well as trade and market information and export advisory services to the Nigerian export community. The bank provides short term guarantee for loans granted by Nigerian banks to Exporters.
OBJECTIVES OF THE PARTNERSHIPS.
- Business collaboration which will greatly impact macro-economic indices in the US and Nigeria.
- TIS is tackling many issues in high-poverty communities in the United States same will impact in Nigeria to reduce poverty.
- Help to fix the agricultural value chain, so that production can go smoothly and largely.
- Family and youth-centered initiatives are focused on filling gaps in critical community services necessary to move families from crisis to stability and growth, including community outreach (farming, agriculture, and general trade education), youth development initiatives and workforce development programs which are done in the United States will be adopted here in Nigeria.
- Leveraging on innovative industry partnerships to create seamless pathways to economic opportunity by connecting low-skilled workers to jobs, and offering skills training and entrepreneurship opportunities while addressing their most critical support needs.
- To revitalize high-poverty communities through the delivery of essential support services, innovative educational and workforce development programs, and creative entrepreneurship opportunities to high-need families which most of our partnerships are geared towards.
- Creating opportunities, socio-economic development for Nigerians, Africans and African Americans.
- Provision of Innovative and sustainable economic growth.