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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ICIEC's sister agency, the Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD), the private sector funding arm of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Group, was the arranger of all the Sukuk offerings issued by BCEAO countries such as Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire, Togo, and Mali.
(48.) History CFA Franc, BCEAO, http://www.bceao.int/Histoire-du-Franc-CFA,55.html (last visited June 21, 2015) [hereinafter History CFA Franc],
BOAD can access BCEAO's funding facility, which supports its intrinsic liquidity position.
Mining company Pretium Resources (TSX:PVG.TO)(NYSE:PVG) said on Thursday that it has submitted its Environmental Assessment Certificate application for its 2,700 tonnes-per-day underground high-grade gold Brucejack Project with the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office (BCEAO).
Tiemoko Meyliet Kone, Gouverneur de la BCEAO, releve un communique des banques centrales, parvenu lundi a la MAP.
The loans and assets data used in our econometric model are taken from the annual BCEAO publication Bilans des Banques et Etablissements Financiers.
STR covered entities: The Public Treasury, BCEAO, banks, microfinance institutions, exchange bureaus, insurance companies and brokers, management companies, regional stock exchange, independent legal professionals involved in financial transactions, auditors, real estate agents, fund transporters, owners of casinos and lotteries, travel agencies, NGOs, and dealers of high value goods
Diop Papa Lamine, mars, (1998), L'impact des Taux Directeurs de la BCEAO sur les Taux Debiteurs des Banques," BCEAO,
(132) In mid-January 2011, the Ouattara camp complained that, despite the BCEAO's recognition of Ouattara as the legitimate president, the bank was continuing to channel cash to the Gbagbo government, as some news reports had previously suggested.
In another development, the Ivorian offices of two international banks were closed Monday, after the west African regional bank BCEAO warned banks they risked sanctions if they dealt with Gbagbo's regime.
"The BCEAO (Central Bank of West African States) strongly protests this decision to requisition (the bank offices)," it said in a statement issued on its Web site on Thursday, adding that "an appropriate response" would be taken shortly.
The Central Bank of West African States, known by its acronym BCEAO, regroups the treasuries of eight West African countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo.