24.07.2014 Zimbabwe to maintain raw chrome ban +++ 24.07.2014 Luxury brands make a play for Africa +++ 24.07.2014 Bank warns each owner of money laundering +++ 23.07.2014 Mozambique may revive sea transport +++ 23.07.2014 Pedaling solutions to Dar es Salaam's mega-city woes +++ 23.07.2014 Banks ‘are focusing on traditional business' +++ 22.07.2014 Coveted Absa L'Atlier prizes handed out +++ 21.07.2014 SA‚ neighbours in new farm deal with EU +++ 21.07.2014 Ethiopian wine raises cheer for economy +++ 21.07.2014 Tunisia closes media outlets for promoting jihad +++ 20.07.2014 Banks in firing line over R699 +++ 18.07.2014 SA renewable energy margins too tight +++ 18.07.2014 Tradehold acquires Collins group outside South Africa +++ 17.07.2014 French president visits Ivory Coast to boost economic ties +++ 17.07.2014 Espirito Santo bank shares rally despite debt crisis +++ 17.07.2014 Banking confidence remains flat in second quarter: EY +++ 16.07.2014 Short-term property loans not profitable for banks +++ 16.07.2014 BRICS, South American leaders to hold talks +++ 15.07.2014 'R1 man' reckons he's coining it +++ 15.07.2014 Portuguese bank BES' shares tumble after management change +++ 09.07.2014 State floats plan to boost DBSA funds +++ 03.07.2014 Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe resumes role +++ 23.05.2014 Trustco plans to grow Namibian bank acquisition +++ 06.05.2014 Barclays African RBB increases net interest margin +++ 06.05.2014 Stanlib considers new model for Africa +++ 12.02.2014 Barclays Africa aims to ‘expand its African footprint’ +++ 30.01.2014 Zimbabwe allows trade in yuan, yen, rupee and AUD +++ 10.01.2014 Sanlam looks to expand its operations in Africa +++ 04.12.2013 RMB to fund USD182m property development in Nigeria +++ 02.12.2013 Development bank in costly move home +++
YOUR GATEWAY TO AFRICA
ADC African Development Corporation is a German listed, emerging pan-African banking group. ADC has a strong footprint in Southern Africa via BancABC, a regional commercial banking platform operating in Botswana, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe as well as in West Africa via Union Bank of Nigeria. Parallel to its banking operations, ADC has a private equity portfolio active in growth markets across sub-Saharan Africa.