According to the World Bank, the economy is set to grow by an estimated 7.2 percent this year with the emergence of disruptive technologies such as fibre optic cable technology
Business Connexion Tanzania has been in operation since 2000, with a strong focus on financial services, telecoms, energy and mining and the public sector.
Africa’s dynamic and ever changing market conditions not only present enormous opportunities but it also constantly threatens the ability of companies to expand and trade to their full potential
Greater levels of trade will fuel Africa’s growth but companies need to be better positioned to seize the opportunities by improving their working capital management capabilities and access to finance to fund these opportunities.
The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (a member of, the Islamic Development Bank Group) and the Government of Cote d’Ivoire, will hold a landmark forum to be held in Abidjan on the 17th – 18th September 2015
The event will be the first Islamic finance forum held in Cote d’Ivoire and aims at stimulating development of the local and international market of Islamic finance in Africa.
Ecobank, the leading pan-African bank with operations in 36 countries across the continent, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ade Ayeyemi as its new Group Chief Executive Officer
His appointment is effective from 1 September 2015 who will replace Albert Essien, who retires on 30 June, 2015 after 25 years of meritorious service with the Group.
Standard Bank has been appointed the new chair of the Equator Principles Association for 2015/16, making it the first African Bank to be elected to this position
The appointment, which takes effect on the 1st June 2015, comes at a critical juncture in the integration of environmental and social considerations within business as a component of responsible investing.
As a part of the country’s efforts to increase IT exports and achieve ambitious economic goals, Egypt’s Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) helped setting out a number of partnership protocols and concluding business agreements
The project dubbed “Africa Together” Round II, included 17 leading African telecom companies, financial institutions and ICT enterprises, in 6 different African countries.
Nigeria’s most valuable bank, First Bank of Nigeria Limited, has been re-elected into the Board of Advisors of the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) for the second consecutive time
The PCI Security Standards Council works with organizations around the world to protect businesses and consumers against data theft by continuously developing new payment security standards, cyber security training courses, and certification programmes.