DRC : Afriland requests cancellation of provisional administration 

DRC : Afriland requests cancellation of provisional administration 

Africa Business+ has exclusive access to a letter sent to the Governor of the Central Bank of Congo (BCC) by the lawyers of the majority shareholders of Afriland First Bank CD. 

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            ▪ DRC : Afriland requests cancellation of provisional administration 

▪ Africa Business+ has exclusive access to a letter sent to the Governor of the Central Bank of Congo (BCC) by the lawyers of the majority shareholders of Afriland First Bank CD. 

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/812603/drc-afriland-requests-cancellation-of-provisional-administration/

The letter, dated 23 June, calls for the cancellation of the Central Bank of Congo (BCC)‘s decision to place the Congolese subsidiary of Afriland First Group, based in Geneva, Switzerland, and owned by Cameroonian businessman Paul Kammogne Fokam, under provisional administration.

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