DBG will work with the Government of Ghana and other investment partners to address some of the inadequate financial gaps, hindering the planning and execution of development goals of the country. Like many other countries that have setup up development banks, identifying bankable projects or companies are the main challenges that hinder economic development. In Ghanathese challenges have been particularly evidenced under-resourced regional projects, serving both urban and rural communities. This is seen through the lack of basic service delivery such as access to clean water, sanitation, roads, education, and electricity. Without proper financial support to projects and businesses, any type of economy will remain stagnant while failing to meet its purpose to its people. The role of DBG in development will be to provide key credit enhancements to local businesses and projects. The credit enhancement instruments will include but are not limited to Government Equity support structures; Low-cost funding options; and flexible funding structures. In providing local players the flexibility DBG will raise capital from both local and international partners to achieve this mandate. Some of our current partners include of the bank include.
The Development Bank Ghana Project is an initiative of the Government of Ghana, with co-finance and technical assistance from the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany through KFW, a German state-owned development bank, the World Bank Group (WBG), the African Development Bank (AFDB) and the European Investment Bank (EIB).