The African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) is a Pan- African multilateral institution established in 2001 with a mandate to facilitate trade and investments in Africa by providing Political Risk, Credit and Surety Insurance. ATI has 29 sovereign and institutional shareholders and is rated ‘A/Stable’ by S&P and ‘A3/ Stable’ by Moody’s.
ATI currently supports, on average, 2% of GDP in its member states. By the end of 2021, ATI is expected to facilitate another US$2 billion worth of investments into the continent.
In the first half of 2020, ATI’s profits increased by 27% compared to the same period in 2019. This reflects a near decade-long growth trend.