The Equatoguinean National Bank announces itself in Cameroon

The National Bank of Equatorial Guinea (BANGE) is planning to move to Cameroon soon. The opening of a subsidiary was announced Monday, June 4 in Douala by Ebe Mba, the chairman of the board.
Indeed, Equatorial Guinea campaigns for the promotion of South-South trade, particularly within the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC). And according to the PCA of the banking institution, “the BANGE is a commercial bank with a universal character”.
Thus, procedures are being carried out to meet the conditions required by the Central African Banking Commission (COBAC) where the file has been filed.
It should be noted that the BANGE is the only public establishment in the Equatorial Guinean banking landscape. It opened in 2006 and currently enjoys a healthy financial situation.

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