Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc   The 2nd African Trade  Transport Seminar: Today s Reality, Tomorrow  s Potential

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Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc The 2nd African Trade Transport Seminar: Today s Reality, Tomorrow s Potential

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1. Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc The 2nd African Trade & Transport Seminar: Today’s Reality, Tomorrow’ s Potential Trade Opportunities And Financing Trade To/From Africa Oluwande Muoyo Head – Global Transactional Banking, Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc 08 July 2008

2. Strictly Private & Confidential Outline Introduction Trade Activities of Nigeria, South Africa Trade Opportunities and Drivers Minerals and Natural Resources - Key Drivers of Trade Opportunities China and Africa Trade – Focus on Trade Flows Africa’s Efforts Towards a Friendlier Trade Environment Trade Solutions Standard Bank Trade Finance & Services

3. Strictly Private & Confidential Introduction International trade involves the flow of goods from seller to buyer in accordance with the contract of sale and subsequently, the flow of payment from buyer to seller. International trade has been an engine of economic and political growth in many economies. Many countries in Africa have recognised the importance of trade to economic growth and have introduced measures to liberalise and facilitate trade.

4. Strictly Private & Confidential Trade Activities of Nigeria & South Africa Nigeria Oil, Agricultural products, Finished goods, machinery The United States’ leading trade partner in Africa High potential for significant growth South Africa Accounts for the most diverse trade flows in Africa Is one of the United States' leading trading partners in Africa A leading ‘exporter’ to the rest of Africa

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7. Strictly Private & Confidential South Africa is a leading US partner in Africa and accounts for the most diverse trade flows. U.S. exports to South Africa far exceed US exports to any other country from Sub-Saharan Africa. Exports rank second after those of Nigeria, with Gabon’s exports being in third position.

8. Strictly Private & Confidential Significant growth in minerals and natural resources Bridging the infrastructure gap – roads, bridges, telecommunications Increased focus of the BRIC countries (particularly China) Improving African trade/business environment

9. Strictly Private & Confidential Minerals and Natural Resources – Key Drivers of Trade in Africa

10. Strictly Private & Confidential China and Africa Trade – Focus on Trade Flows

11. Strictly Private & Confidential China and Africa Trade – Focus on Trade Flows(2)

12. Strictly Private & Confidential Africa’s Effort Towards a Friendlier Trade Environment 1) Consolidation and re-capitalisation in the banking industry in Nigeria now allows the banks to be able to finance big ticket transactions1) Consolidation and re-capitalisation in the banking industry in Nigeria now allows the banks to be able to finance big ticket transactions

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14. Strictly Private & Confidential Letters Of Credit (LC). Bills for Collection Advance Payment Open Account Specialised Structuring (e.g.Oil LCs , large transactions) 1) The products/solutions use varies from country to country. For example in Nigeria open account and advance payment are not allowed in Nigeria as the applicant will not be able to source FX from the FX market.1) The products/solutions use varies from country to country. For example in Nigeria open account and advance payment are not allowed in Nigeria as the applicant will not be able to source FX from the FX market.

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17. Strictly Private & Confidential Import Documentary Letters of Credit Export Documentary Letters of Credit Import LC Refinance Loans Export LC Discounting Standby Letters of Credit Import and Export Documentary Collections Guarantees, Bonds and Indemnities Back to Back Transactions Structured Trade Finance

18. Thank You

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