v. t.1.To inclose or defend with a bank or banks. See Embank.
[imp. & p. p. Imbanked ; p. pr. & vb. n. Imbanking.]
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The ICD recently extended two lines of financing each worth $50m to the West African Development Bank and another $100m line of financing to Afrex- imbank to support financing private sector projects and SMEs.
Fortunately, over the past few years, first under the presidency of Jean-Louis Ekra and now under his successor, Dr Benedict Oramah, who both understand the importance of a strong public presence, Afrex- imbank is rightly taking its place among the continent's institu- tional pantheon.
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