Eligibility & Application

To be eligible for ATI support, an investment or transaction must adhere to these criteria:

For investment insurance or reinsurance:

The investor or the investment must be located in an African member state

For credit insurance or reinsurance involving trade transactions:

Either the seller or buyer must be located in an African member state (export credit)
Both the seller and the buyer must be located in the same African member state (domestic credit)

For credit insurance involving financing transactions:

Either the lender, borrower or financial project must be located in an African member state (export credit)
The lender, borrower and the financed project must be located in the same African member state (domestic credit)

What is the application process?

Here is a step-by-step explanation of what happens after you submit your application 

Insurance Application Steps

Application Step I
The prospective client (or their authorized representative)submits an insurance enquiry form.
Application Step II
Once the enquiry is approved, ATI will then issue a non-binding indication (NBI) within 5 days.
Application Step III
If the terms and conditions quoted in the NBI are acceptable to the client, they will submit the application, together with the ENI where required, and all other relevant documents for ATI to underwrite the deal.
Application Step IV
ATI will underwrite the deal and issue the policy within 4 weeks after all relevant information is received.

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