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Banking and Insurance - Cote d'Ivoire

Created in January 1995 by Jean Kacou Diagou, the New Interafrican Insurance Company (NSIA) began operations in July 1995. It was supported by a team of professional traders and private Ivorian economic operators.

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Banking - Egypt

The African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank) was established in Abuja, Nigeria in October, 1993 by African Governments, African private and institutional investors as well as non-African financial institutions and private investors for the purpose of financing, promoting and expanding intra-African and extra-African trade.

Association and Chamber - Cote d'Ivoire

The General Confederation of Enterprises in Côte d'Ivoire (CGECI) is a union between professional groups, trade unions and professional associations of industry, trade, services and agriculture governed by the Labour Code.

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Infrastructure - Cote d'Ivoire

Scanning Systems is a pioneer in the successful implementation of Joint Border Posts in Africa with the objective of facilitating and increasing intra African trade.

Auditing and Consulting, Morocco

For over 45 years, Mazars was operating across various industries and continents as an auditing, tax, and advisory company representing Africa. They aim to help different companies grow across the continent and enhance business transactions between Asia and Africa.

Food Distribution - The Democratic Republic of Congo

Founded in 2019 by Mike Luntadila Koketua, Mike Food & Services SARL (MFS SARL) is a young entreprise that focuses on food distribution, storage and agribusiness. It has since expanded into an impressive myriad of industries including real estate, e-commerce, transport, logistics, oil and many more.

Fertilizers and Chemicals - Morocco

OCP AFRICA was created in 2016 to contribute to the sustainable development of African agriculture. Working closely with smallholder farms, OCP AFRICA develops fertilizer solutions tailored to local conditions and crop needs, and connects farmers to the agricultural services, knowledge and resources they need to prosper.

Transportation, Logistics, Supply Chain and Storage - Mauritania

Maurilog has been engaged in the fisheries business, primarily as the sole supply and processing agent for Yamaha over the past three decades. Additionally, Maurilog has managed to establish a substantial and longstanding partnership with several other Japanese companies. They are now in the business of octopus processing for exporting to Japan and are partnering with DB Schenker in Senegal and Mauritania on oil and gas.

Banking and Financial Services - Côte d’Ivoire

Mansa Bank was established by El-Hassana Kaba as bank entirely owned by African stakeholders, that was tailored to the local environment. The bank currently operates within the African banking sector but has ambitions to broaden its collaborations and extend beyond Africa's borders, to contribute to the continent's future development on a global scale.

Financial Services - Cameroon

Atlantic Financial Group is a significant player in the banking industry within the West African region. In 2017, they diversified from their banking role and evolved into an international banking entity catering to the needs of the broader regional landscape, a transformation that culminated in 2021, when many international banks started to depart from Africa.

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