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ECOBANK is a private sector banking group based in 13 countries of West and Central Africa, namely: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal and Togo where over 109 branches and offices have been created in the last fifteen years. Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI) plays a central role in the definition and implementation of common policies and standards on the basis of a “one bank” concept across the group’s network.

Bank of Africa  
The Groupe BANK OF AFRICA first opened its doors in 1982. It currently has around 2,000 employees, working for nine commercial banks, three leasing companies, two life-insurance companies, two investment companies, one stockbroker, one representative office in Paris, and one IT subsidiary. 2007 Corporate communication Communication institutionnelle 2007 Fraud information Information fraude

Banque Sahélo-Saharienne pour l'Investissement et le Commerce  
Goliath is The Gale Group, a part of Cengage Learning's online-business content service, providing global company and industry intelligence to business executives. Goliath provides immediate online access to more than five million records including business articles, industry reports, company profiles and executive contacts pulled from business data resources maintained by The Gale Group. The site serves a range of business needs - from starting a company, to researching an existing company and reviewing best practices, to retrieving recent business news.

Banque d'Afrique Occidentale  
The House of the company's Benin is an intermediate institution of private sector development in Africa. It operates on three main areas: Education, Information and Advocacy, as well as the placement and management personnel in enterprises. Do you have any information economic, trade, fiscal and in the sphere of creation, management and business development with the Center for Business Information (ICE), which manages the information relating to the formalities for setting up businesses in each country Economic Monetary Union of West Africa (UEMOA). You can also find a database and specific practices at the CIE.