(Togo First) – It is announced in Togo, a new international investment meeting, through the second edition of the Africa Investment Days Forum (Day of investment in Africa), the 27 and 28 next October.
The event was launched last weekend (Saturday June 25, 2022), in Lomé, in the presence of César Apollinaire Ondo Mve, President of the Common Court of Justice and Arbitration of OHADA (CCJA) who covers 17 African States, from the CEO of Orabank Togo, Guy Martial Awona, and Ali Badini, CEO of Crédit Access.
With the theme “Investing in Africa: How to combine profitability and sustainability?”the meeting which should be held in the Togolese capital, is jointly promoted by ACIP (African Capital Investment Promotion), and the Professional Civil Society Toble & Associés, a law firm at the Bar of Togo.
“Important topics will be addressed and will have the merit of covering sectors related to agriculture, infrastructure, FinTech, energy and culture and their interactions with the sources and mechanisms of financing associated with them”say the promoters.
The meeting, which receives the support of national actors such as the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Togo, the National Council of Togolese Employers, financial actors such as Orabank and the Ivorian microfinance Crédit Access, aims to bring together in Lomé, “regional and international stakeholders around investment opportunities in Africa”. About fifty speakers, from Togo and abroad, as well as 400 face-to-face participants.
It should follow the first edition, organized two years ago, around the financing of companies in OHADA law.
Ayi Renaud Dossavi