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BGFIBank’s CEO Henri Claude OYIMA appointed president of the administrative board of CEMAC’s unified stock exchange

BGFIBank’s CEO Henri Claude OYIMA appointed president of the administrative board of CEMAC’s unified stock exchange
  • Comments   -   Friday, 05 July 2019 16:10

(Business in Cameroon) - Stakeholders of the newly created Central African region’s stock exchange met on July 4, 2019, at the exchange’s headquarters in Douala.

During the meeting organized to appoint new management, the administrative board appointed Henri Claude OYIMA, CEO of BGFIBank, as president of the administrative board.  

The new president’s 6-year mandate marks the official launch of the regional financial market’s activities. He thanked the administrators and promised to strive to dynamize the market and encourage as many firms as possible to get listed.

Let’s note that with administrators from Gabon, Congo and Chad, Henri Claude OYIMA has been militating for the creation of a stock exchange in Gabon since June 2007.

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