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Absa Bank Botswana Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) cements position as key player in development of Botswana’s key sectors

As part of the commitment to growing and investing in Botswana’s key sectors, Absa Bank Botswana Limited’s (Absa) Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) segment is currently rolling out a client-centric campaign to further educate the market on its capabilities, expertise and value creation efforts. The CIB Credentials campaign showcases how clients can get things done through the bank’s partnership and enablement.
The CIB campaign is complemented by sector specific executions and proof points that leverage the expertise of the Bank. These include Digital Solutions, Trade and Commodity Financing, Mining, Consumer Goods and Financial Services sector insights.
“Premised on the banks legacy dating as far back as the 1950’s, CIB has been a constant feature in Botswana’s developmental journey over the years. We continue to strategically support several sectors which are essential to driving our economy. We offer and deliver value, client-focused products and services as well as expertise to better serve our local and international clients.” said Lesley Bradley, Corporate Director at Absa.
To date, Absa CIB has played a critical role and has acted as a lead financier in some key projects which has earned the bank recognition. The prestigious CIB awards, amongst them, the 2022 Best Trade Finance Provider in Botswana from Global Finance as well as the 2021 Euromoney Cash Management Award are a testament of the capabilities of the Absa CIB team.
“We are committed to finding innovative and purposeful ways to help our clients and stakeholders get things done. Our CIB team is highly skilled and passionate about our client’s businesses and are able to assist them through complex business and financial needs,” concluded Bradley.

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