African countries have been urged to take advantage of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) and adopt a lasting solution to the financial challenges that have bedevilled trade export among member countries. David Ofosu-Dorte, Senior Partner at AB and David Africa, who gave this advice says the time has come for countries on the continent to
There is a general forecast that, the major world economies like the USA, China, Japan and the UK may slowdown in terms of growth in 2019. However, not much has been said about the impact of this expected slowdown on Africa. Will these major economies drag African economies along with them, or will Africa rather benefit from those investors looking for higher returns in frontier and emerging markets, as appears to have been the case in 2008 to 2011?
“I propose that matchmaking should be approached like a corporate business venture. It can be risky, but I have discovered that the potential profits from acquisitions and mergers cannot be underestimated.” Judge Robert Rinder.
The greatest inventions that have revolutionized the way people live, work and do business have originated from the minds of people. They all start in the mind as an intangible idea. With rising competition, organizations are developing innovative strategies to develop more business and attract investments.
African economies continue to produce opportunities for growth and success that come with the increased need for governance, oversight and formal corporate compliance. The top five corporate compliance concerns trending today include, Managing a dynamic ever-evolving IT environment, Understanding and managing corporate enterprise risk, reducing the risk of tactical regulatory noncompliance, Understanding and managing corporate compliance in international markets and managing a formal, robust corporate compliance program.