Request for expressions of interest for ATI’s rebranding

The African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI) is a multilateral development institution established by African States with a mandate to promote trade and attract investments in Africa by providing commercial, political risk/investment insurance and other related financial services. The World Bank and the African Development Bank are both partners providing technical and financial support.

ATI’s impact is increasing as the company now insures an average of 1.4% of the GDP of its African member countries, where ATI has also insured over USD35 billion worth of trade and investments since inception.

As ATI’s profile increases, it is partnering with international donors and other multilateral organizations on cutting-edge solutions for the energy sector in Africa. It is also attracting broad recognition as a critical partner on priority projects in its member countries and in the rest of Africa, where the company now has a mandate to do business, rendering it a pan-African institution.

As ATI positions itself for this next phase of growth, which includes robust membership expansion with an emphasis on expansion into West Africa, the company requires a “facelift” in order to better reflect its growing reputation within the industry both across Africa and internationally.

ATI therefore, intends to undertake a corporate rebranding exercise. This will entail development, roll-out and management of a new ATI brand. ATI therefore, intends to procure the services of a local or international consultant, firm of consultants or consortium to guide and implement the rebranding exercise.

The expression of interest document can be downloaded from the ATI website

Expressions of Interest should be submitted by email to procurement [at] ati-aca [dot] org on or before 17:00 hours local time on Friday, 19th October 2018.

George O. Otieno
Chief Executive Officer

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