Attijariwafa extends its Africa Development Club to Togo

Economic governance
Saturday, 27 May 2023 04:38
Attijariwafa extends its Africa Development Club to Togo

(Togo First) - BIA Togo, a subsidiary of the Moroccan banking group Attijariwafa, launched the Africa Development Club in Lomé on May 25, 2023. The Club was opened by the minister of investment promotion, Kayi Mivédor. 

Established in 2016 and present in countries that Attijariwafa covers, the Africa Development Club is a platform for networking and exchange among economic operators looking to invest or establish their businesses in a specific country. In Togo, it will bring together business people and decision-makers for enhanced investments.

Kayi Mivedor lauded the initiative saying it will promote Togo's inclusive and sustainable economic growth. "The Africa Development Club Togo comes on point. It will help create and accelerate synergy between the private and public sectors for strategic partnerships that will benefit the country. This initiative reinforces Togo's development dynamism and investment attractiveness," the minister of investment said. 

"We are here to promote Togo's investment opportunities and to involve committed Togolese companies, connecting them to established and finalized business corridors at the African level," said Mouna Kadiri, Director of Africa Development Club, Attijariwafa Group.

To date, the Africa Development Club has over 3000 members, according to the Moroccan group. They operate in key sectors including agro-industry, energy, telecoms, and construction. It is present in Egypt, Senegal, Mauritania, Tunisia, Gabon, Cameroon, Morocco, Côte d'Ivoire, Congo, Mali, and now Togo.

Esaïe Edoh

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