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As one with a keen interest in global economics and markets, Kutoane Kutoane, CEO of the ECIC, shares his views on the role exports can play in driving economic growth; how South Africa can capture markets; the competitive advantage our technical expertise offers and the Corporation's contribution to the export field.

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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa SA's role in the Intra-African Trade

    ECIC CEO Kutoane Kutoane was featured on CNBC Africa yesterday under the topic SA's role in the development of Intra-African Trade.
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  • ECIC - SATIPP Highlights

    ECIC - SATIPP Highlights
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  • Experts applaud intra Africa trade

    Experts applaud intra Africa trade
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  • SABC - South Africa can be a catalyst for intra Africa trade

    SABC - South Africa can be a catalyst for intra Africa trade
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  • ENCA - Intra Africa trade has potential to build sustainable economic development

    ENCA - Intra Africa trade has potential to build sustainable economic development
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa 3May2018

    ECIC featured on CNBC Africa - 3 May 2018
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  • ECIC, political and commercial risk insurance for exporters

    ECIC political and commercial risk insurance to South African exporters of capital goods and related services. Int: ECIC : Head of Business Development : Portia Dube
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  • ECIC - John Omollo Political Risks

    ECIC - John Omollo Political Risks
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  • ECIC - How Africa can grow its economies

    ECIC provides political and commercial risk insurance to South African exporters of capital goods and related services. Tsidiso Disenyana, Senior Economist for ECIC, discusses how Africa can transform its economies with increased intra-Africa trade.
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  • ECIC has a lot to offer SA exporters – Portia Dube

    ECIC Head of Business Development, Portia Dube shared some insight into the ECIC and the current exporting landscape on the continent with CNBC Africa’s Rofhiwa Madzena.
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  • Africa Energy Indaba Power Lunch - 21 February 2018

    Africa Energy Indaba Power Lunch - 21 February 2018
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  • ECIC - John Omollo unlocking barriers to entry for sa exporters

    Barrier to entry and local risks are some of the main hindrances facing South African exporters. CNBC Africa’s Rofhiwa Madzena spoke to John Omollo, Chief Risk Officer of ECIC for more.
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  • ECIC’s Mandisi Nkuhlu on how SA’s export industry can boost competitiveness

    How competitive is South Africa’s export industry? This is what we asked ECIC COO, Mandisi Nkuhlu.
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  • ECIC Afreximbank partner to target Francophone African markets

    In a demonstration of its commitment to promoting intra-African trade and economic integration, ECIC, on behalf of the South African Government, has taken up shareholding in the African Export-Import Bank.
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  • Senior Economist - Tsidiso Disenyana featured on ENCA - 2017

    ECIC Senior Economist, Tsidiso Disenyana was recently featured on eNCA Africa under the topic The Black Industrialist Programme seems to be gaining momentum.

    eNCA is South Africa’s most trusted independent TV and online news brand. It launched on June 1st, 2008 to become the country’s first 24-hour television news service.

    The digital division provides an audience of 1.5 million monthly users with an immersive experience, combining the power of text, image and video with the accessibility and portability of online news.
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  • ECIC Business Day Ep 5

    ECIC Head of Business Development, Portia Gumbo-Dube speaks to Semenyi Zake from Business Day.
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  • ECIC Business Day Ep 4

    ECIC Senior Economist Tsidiso Disenyana speaks to Semenyi Zake from Business Day.
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  • ECIC Business Day Ep 3

    ECIC Senior Economist Tsidiso Disenyana speaks to Semenyi Zake from Business Day.
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  • ECIC Business Day Ep 2

    ECIC COO Mandisi Nkuhlu speaks to Semenyi Zake from Business Day.
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  • ECIC Business Day Ep 1

    ECIC CEO Kutoane Kutoane speaks to Semenyi Zake from Business Day.
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  • ECIC “Unchartered Territories” TV Advert 2016

    This is our latest advertisement for 2016 in “Unchartered Territories”
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  • ECIC Corporate Video 2016

    The ECIC provides insurance that enables South African exporters to offer their services and products on the international market. It has a particular focus on emerging markets in Africa that are considered too risky for conventional insurers. Its overarching goal – and its mandate from the South African government as its sole shareholder – is to make South African exporters attractive to international buyers to attract foreign income, stimulate domestic economic growth and create local jobs.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.13

    Discussion with Benoit Fugah the head of political economic analysis and research for the ECIC talking about economic analysis in the African continent.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.12

    CNBC Africa's Gugulethu Cele spoke to ECIC Chief Financial Officer, Lesego Mosupye about trade and Investment on the African continent.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.11

    CNBC Africa's Gugulethu Cele recently spoke to ECIC Senior Economist: Tsidiso Disenyana about the impact of the tripartite Free Trade Area on cross border trade.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.10

    CNBC Africa's Gugulethu Cele spoke to Mandisi Nkuhlu, ECIC Chief Operating Officer, on the current state of export business in Africa.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.9

    CNBC Africa's Tumisho Grater recently spoke to Sias Esterhuizen, Chief Risk Officer at ECIC on role of risk mitigation in the current macro-economic environment in Africa.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.8

    CNBC Africa's Tumisho Grater spoke to Kimmy Moodley, Head of Underwriting at ECIC for a look at the trends and effects of underwriting in Africa.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.7

    CNBC Africa Closing Bell Show Featuring ECIC CFO Lesego Mosupye.

    CNBC Africa's Tumisho Grater spoke to Lesego Mosupye, Chief Financial Officer at ECIC about the current state of trade and investment on the African continent.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.6

    CNBC Africa Closing Bell Show Featuring ECIC Sias Esterhuizen.

    CNBC Africa's Gugulethu Cele recently sat down with Sias Esterhuizen, Chief Risk Officer at ECIC, to find out about the role of risk mitigation in the current macro-economic and political environment.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.5

    CNBC Africa Closing Bell Show Featuring ECIC Kimmy Moodley.

    CNBC Africa sat down with Kimmy Moodley, Head of Underwriting at ECIC for a look at underwriting trends on the African continent as well as the effects of the current global downturn in commodities.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.4

    CNBC Africa Closing Bell Show Featuring ECIC Lesego Mosupye.

    CNBC Africa recently spoke to Lesego Mosupye, CRO at the Export Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa (ECIC) on trade, investment risks and initiatives in South Africa and the rest of the African continent.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.3

    CNBC Africa Closing Bell Show Featuring ECIC Benoit Fugah.

    CNBC Africa's Gugulethu Cele recently spoke to Ben Fugah, HOD: Economic & Political Research at the Export Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa on available government incentives for encouraging cross border export trade on the African continent.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.2

    CNBC Africa Closing Bell Show Featuring ECIC Portia Gumbo Dube. In-depth discussion about the look of development on the African continent.
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  • ECIC featured on CNBC Africa Ep.1

    CNBC Africa Closing Bell Show Featuring ECIC CEO Kutoane Kutoane
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  • Credit Facility to Boost Exporters in Progressing Mining Projects

    In addition to facilitating export trade and enabling exporters to access mining project opportunities across Africa, the Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC) of South Africa will this year focus on increasing awareness of its latest offering – a multicurrency guarantee facility to assist exporters in securing credit solutions. This service offering will be highlighted at this year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba, which will take place from February 8 to 11 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. “The ECIC has entered into a partnership with financial institution FirstRand Bank, the parent company of Rand Merchant Bank, to create a 50:50 risk-sharing arrangement and multicurrency guarantee facility for exporters,” says ECIC COO Mandisi Nkuhlu, who will also be the corporation’s official speaker at the Indaba’s thought leadership programme. “While the banking sector has stronger client relations with exporters, key challenges lie in most active exporters exceeding their credit limits.” Therefore, the multicurrency guarantee facility, which was launched in November 2015 to provide additional financing solutions, will include the credit facility for performance and retention bonds. The ECIC and FirstRand Bank partnership will also be facilitated through an umbrella risk participation agreement. The two entities have agreed to a three-year facility of about $200-million, which could be extended. This facility aims to support credit exporters, such as mining companies or contractors, that participate in the agreement. These participants will be able to increase their limits, thereby increasing their capacity to raise bonds, while creating additional opportunity to simultaneously compete for more projects. “This is in line with the ECIC’s mandate to facilitate export trade,” Nkuhlu stresses, suggesting that the availability of an additional debt facility will provide more direct benefit for exporters. “Moreover, by increasing the competitiveness of South African exporters, they are expected to compete more effectively on an international stage. He notes that several international financial institutions have retracted from the project finance market, with projects currently relying on future cash flows. These types of institutions are more comfortable to lend with support from a corporate finance basis or from a sovereign basis, that is, when a country’s finance minister supports a project, he says. Nkuhlu adds, however, that South African financial institutions have a strong record in supporting project finance in the mining sector in Africa, having experienced the downturn and upswing of the commodities cycles. “The South African financial services sector, therefore, comprises sufficient intellectual capital to contend with any industry challenges and to improve credit facility agreements when required,” he posits. While this insurance service offering can be regarded as a prototype, the ECIC aims to roll out a more significant offering to accommodate and benefit more exporters and key industry players in future. This service offering is not restricted to the mining sector and will also be available to the construction, energy, agribusiness and manufacturing sectors, says Nkuhlu.
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  • ECIC “Unchartered Territories” TV Advert

    This is our latest advertisement for 2015 in “Unchartered Territories”
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