Bank of Central African States


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Bank of Central African States

The central bank of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa. It issues the Central African CFA franc, which circulates in Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and the Republic of the Congo.
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Morocco signed, on Wednesday in Rabat, an equity investment agreement in the capital of the Development Bank of Central African States.
On 7th November, members of the National Monetary and Finance Committee met at the headquarters of the Bank of Central African States (BEAC) in an ordinary session.
In the Special Session of the Central African Monetary Union (UMAC), the Bank of Central African States (BEAC) governor, Lucas Abaga Nchama, presented the report which will be presented to the CEMAC Heads of State Summit.
Those attending this meeting completed the work of the session, led by the Governor of the Bank of Central African States (BEAC), the Equatoguinean Lucas Abaga Nchama, after discussing and analysing behind closed doors some of the matters covered.
The Development Bank of Central African States (BDEAC) has offered its approval for a collective two terms $50 billion FCFA loan to Chad in order to provide financial supports for infrastructural development projects.
He also welcomed the financial support package from the Bank of Central African States (BEAC), passed on 21st December.
It has been implemented through a strong coordination between donors (African Development Bank, Islamic Development Bank, Development Bank of Central African States, European Investment Bank and AFD) and is done in parallel the development of two other watersheds in the city.
The project involves partners such as the African Development Bank (AfDB), the Development Bank of Central African States (BDEAC), Proparco (French Development Agency), the International Finance Corporation (IFC) the Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO) along with a syndication of local banks led by Standard Chartered Bank.
The collaborators engaged in the venture comprise the African Development Bank (AfDB), the Development Bank of Central African States (BDEAC), Proparco (French Development Agency), the International Finance Corporation (IFC) the Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO) and a syndication of local banks driven by Standard Chartered Bank.
She started at the Bank of Central African States, and served the United Nations Development Programme prior to becoming an adviser to the Ministry of Finance, Budget and Public Portolio.