Afreximbank appoints new Director for Advisory and Capital Markets


The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) has announced the appointment of Ibrahim Sagna as Director of its Advisory and Capital Markets (ACMA) Department.

Sagna, a Senegalese national, joins the Bank from the Africa Finance Corporation where he was head of Financial Advisory Services.

His professional experience has included stints at the International Monetary Fund, Emerging Capital Partners in America, and Millennium Global and Blackthorn Capital in Europe. He also served recently as a board director at the Capital Markets Authority of Rwanda.

Sagna holds a Bachelors Degree and a Master of Finance from Boston College in the United States and has attended management programmes at both the Harvard Business School and the London Business School.

In his new role, he will work closely with governments, sovereign owned entities, investment holdings, family offices, and industrialists to help design and execute investment management strategies and capital markets programmes.


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