The Investors Club of Senegal announces an investment company of at least 20 billion CFA francs of capital in the pipeline

The Day of Integration and Sharing of the Senegalese Investors Club (CIS) ended Saturday at the King Fahd Palace on the announcement made by the President of the Club, Babacar Ngom, of the next up an investment company of at least 20 billion CFA francs of capital.

Thus, three months after its establishment on June 2, 2018, the Senegalese Investors Club (CIS) has allowed its 50 members to exchange, to get to know each other better, and to validate the activities carried out by the Board of Directors. on the quarter of existence. Before the end of the meeting, the President of the Club received an important message of congratulations and encouragement from Head of State Macky Sall.

With well-targeted investments in a variety of sectors, CIS aims to foster the development of national champions in all key areas of the economy. Thus, the investment company in the making will be a financial instrument to the height of the ambitions of the Club.
The CIS investment company will operate as an investment holding company that will take majority or minority shares in projects aimed at providing Senegal with national champions in strategic sectors.

In terms of activities, the Senegalese Investors Club was very dynamic, with a meeting with the Head of State, visits to religious authorities, meetings with many partners (senior administration, embassies, national agencies …). In addition, the Board of Directors has signed new members, set up the “Investments”, “Marketing and Communication” and “Ethics, Deontology and Mediation” committees.

Members whose 51st affiliated during the integration day, reaffirmed their willingness to be together for more pride and hope, in the dynamics of setting up a national private sector more listened to supported by quality investments that can promote and emerge more national champions. The objective is for the Senegalese private sector to work for activities with greater economic and social impact on our populations and our youth.

The Senegalese Investors Club, chaired by the industrialist Babacar NGOM, is currently bringing together Senegalese businessmen and women leaders, leaders recognized and respected in their sectors of activity, who have decided to direct the future, rather than the undergo. For this, they have joined together to develop and promote structuring projects with high economic and social impact.


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