29.10.2014 Zimbabwe hosts first British trade delegation in '20 years' +++ 29.10.2014 Mugabe warns of action against 'front men' for foreign firms +++ 29.10.2014 Standard Chartered pre-tax Q3 profit drops 16% +++ 29.10.2014 Zimbabwe doctors strike for better pay +++ 29.10.2014 Tanzania to start major port construction in 2015 +++ 29.10.2014 UBS bank says quarterly profits rise by a third +++ 28.10.2014 Nedbank puts number on Ecobank benefits +++ 28.10.2014 Nedbank puts number on Ecobank benefits +++ 28.10.2014 UN envoy says it's time for DRCongo investment +++ 27.10.2014 Nedbank 9-month net interest income up 8.4% to R17.04bn y/y +++ 27.10.2014 Investors look to stock exchanges to tap into African growth +++ 27.10.2014 Oil rich Angola seeks to pack a global punch +++ 24.10.2014 IMF urges Zimbabwe to restore confidence as growth slows +++ 24.10.2014 Spanish banks Bankia, Caixa say profits rise, in boost for sector +++ 24.10.2014 ECB to unveil results of eurozone bank health check +++ 24.10.2014 1time revises agreement to buy Pak Africa Aviation for R21.6m +++ 22.10.2014 Bank of England split on need to raise rates: minutes +++ 22.10.2014 Wonga 'won't appoint acting CEO' +++ 20.10.2014 BIS chief economist warns of dangers of easy money +++ 19.10.2014 King code got it wrong - Mouton +++ 02.09.2014 Converting Ecobank loan to equity could boost Nedbank +++ 21.08.2014 Zimplats’ Bimha mine closed +++ 04.08.2014 Barclays Africa duo deliver gains +++ 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 +++
YOUR GATEWAY TO AFRICA
ADC African Development Corporation AG is a German open market (Entry Standard) listed holding company with investments in sub-Saharan Africa. ADC has a strong footprint in Southern Africa via BancABC, a regional commercial banking group 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.
ADC is indirectly majority-owned by Atlas Mara Co-Nvest Limited which is listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange. For more information, visit Atlas Mara's website at www.atlasmara.com.