The AGF guarantees the loans of SMEs and ensures banks are equipped to finance them. In doing so it not only promotes growth but also makes profits for its shareholders, as its CEO explains.
The collapse of two Ghanaian banks has prompted the central bank, the Bank of Ghana, to raise the liquidity thresholds of commercial banks to avoid contagion.
After a difficult past few years when global growth slowed, oil and gas prices slumped and the demand for commodities hit the floor, Ghana’s economy is now robust and growing at around 9%. In this Special Focus report, we analyse the sector in all its aspects and talk to the major players in each segment.