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Company Overview of African Development Bank
African Development Bank operates as a multilateral development finance institution in Africa. It finances development projects and programs in cooperation with other national or international development institutions; offers technical assistance in the selection, study, and preparation of projects; and promotes investments of public and private capital in projects and programs designed to contribute to the economic and social progress of the regional member states. The company also provides sovereign guaranteed loans for public sector, and non-sovereign guaranteed loans for public and private sectors; lines of credit; agency lines; guarantees, such as partial credit and partial risk guarant...
Immeuble du Centre Commercial International d’Abidjan
Avenue Jean-Paul II
01 Boite Postale
Founded in 1964
Key Executives for African Development Bank
Vice President of Finance
Chief Operating Officer and First Vice President
General Counsel and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
African Development Bank Key Developments
African Development Bank Presents at 13th Annual African Capital Markets Conference, Nov-27-2015 09:15 AM
Nov 23 15
African Development Bank Presents at 13th Annual African Capital Markets Conference, Nov-27-2015 09:15 AM. Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa. Speakers: Stefan Luis-François Nalletamby, Director of Financial Sector Development.
African Development Bank Presents at Kenya International Investment Conference (KIICO 2015), Nov-24-2015 10:30 AM
Nov 20 15
African Development Bank Presents at Kenya International Investment Conference (KIICO 2015), Nov-24-2015 10:30 AM. Venue: Nairobi, Kenya. Speakers: Gabriel Negatu, Director of Eastern Africa Regional Resource Center.
African Banks Reportedly Seek Stake In CARE Africa
Nov 19 15
African Development Bank, MCB Limited and State Bank of Mauritius Ltd seek 20-22% stake in CARE Ratings (Africa) Private Limited. MCB and State Bank of Mauritius are likely to pick 5-6% each while African Development Bank may buy 10% stake, reported The Economic Times. Global Credit Rating Co. may also pick up stake in Care (Africa). As per the initial talks, MCB would invest through its subsidiary MCB Capital Markets while State Bank of Mauritius would invest through its subsidiary SBM NFC Investments.
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