Banque Centrale des Etats de l'Afrique de l'Ouest

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Banque Centrale des Etats de l'Afrique de l'Ouest

The central bank of the West African Economic and Monetary Union. It issues the West African CFA franc, which circulates in Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Niger and Togo. It was established in 1961.
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it]), are taken from the BCEAO publication Annuaire des Banques et Etablissements Financiers de l'UEMOA, as are data on the number of branches outside the financial capital ([PROVINCIAL.
Sources: BCEAO and BEAC Table 11: WAEMU: Banking Sector's Excess Liquidity (1/) (CFA franc billions and in percent of broad money) Excess liquidity In percent of CFAF billions Broad money 2000 293.
We're really pleased with the way HighStreet Networks' Xpress(TM) is being implemented at our 25 sites," said Abdoulaye SECK, IT Director at BCEAO.
This gives oversight and responsibility of the Aley environmental assessment process to the BCEAO.
have experienced low --There will be one disbursement rates transit account which compared to other Bank will be located at projects in the sub- BCEAO and managed by region.
The BCEAO has also informed the Company that the Company has met the requirements of the Section 11 Order with respect to both public and First Nations Consultation and is satisfied with the Consultation Plans proposed by the Company for the Application Review period.
The BCEAO, the central bank for countries in the WAEMU, requires all bank deposits over the equivalent of $13,500 in member countries to be reported.
In 2008, the BCEAO increased the banks' capital requirement to CFA10bn in two stages.
Although the administration of the CFA currency was entrusted to a common central bank (comprising BCEAO and BEAC), these so-called African banks were only African in name.
The information provided above is taken from the Environmental Assessment Certificate documentation prepared by the BCEAO (report dated August 21, 2012) for the Morrison Copper/Gold Project, and is available at the following link, in Table 10 (on page 109) and Table 11 (on page 111).
The region's central bank, BCEAO, shut its offices in January in the commercial capital Abidjan, after finance ministers of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) ordered it not to give Gbagbo access to national funds.
The Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO) requires banking officials in member countries to report all deposits over CFA 5,000,000 (approximately $11,363) to the BCEAO, along with customer identification information.