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The Africa Report HS n°6 - September 2016

THE AFRICA REPORT HS N°6 - September 2016

 

FRONTLINE

FINANCE

The Banker of Tomorrow

TOP 200 BANKS

 

PEOPLE

FACES OF FINANCE: Africa’s brightest financiers

 

BANKING

UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA: Banking on Africa

ZIMBABWE : The Cash Crash

DEBATE: Are Africa’s Banks Failing the Continent?

 

MARKETS & MONEY

INFRASTRUCTUR FINANCE: Building Bridges

INSURANCE :Disruptors and the Disrupted

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TAR TS106 FINANCE SPECIAL SEPTEMBER 2016:

 

FRONTLINE

FINANCE

The Banker of Tomorrow

 

PEOPLE

FACES OF FINANCE

Africa’s brightest financiers

 

BANKING

UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA

Banking on Africa

 

FRONTLINE/MARKETS & MONEY

FINANCIAL INCLUSION

A gap in the market

 

MARKETS & MONEY

INFRASTRUCTUR FINANCE

Building Bridges

 

MARKETS & MONEY

INSURANCE

Disruptors and the Disrupted

 

FRONTLINE

FINANCE

Africa’s banks are facing new competitors, new technologies and new customers, who will make or break the continent’s  banks. In the long  term, the real threat to banks is from technology.

 

FRONTLINE

TOP 200 BANKS

The story for Africa’s banks in the past year has been one of growth stopped in its tracks. In what has been a turgid year for our Top 200 ranking, not only have African banks’ total assets and profits fallen, so too have their total loans, deposits and the net income they make on the interest.

 

PEOPLE

FACES OF FINANCE

While banks are bracing for difficult times due to weak global growth prospects and the impact of the commodity downturn, Africa’s brightest financiers are not likely to waste the opportunities that economic change can bring.

 

BANKING

UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA

United Bank for Africa, the Nigeria-based banking franchise, operates subsidiaries in 18 African countries, with 10 of these in Francophone Africa, and has set its sights on being in 25 countries over the short to medium term.

 

BANKING

ZIMBABWE

The plan to introduce a “surrogate currency” in the form of bond notes has provoked outrage

and social unrest at a time when Zimbabwe seeks to reassure international lenders of its credibility.

 

BANKING

DEBATE

Banks have a mandate to transform savings into investment. However, African agriculture,

infrastructure and industry are struggling to attract the money they need and at the right interest rate, despite their keystone roles in national development.

 

COUNTRY FOCUS

NIGERIA

Fulfilling the grand hopes for prosperity and security that greeted Muhammadu Buhari’s accession to the presidency last year will rest as much on his ability to galvanise the civil service as on high table political deals with the national assembly and 36 state governors.

 

FRONTLINE/MARKETS & MONEY

FINANCIAL INCLUSION

African economies get women into the workforce. However, while women-run businesses in Africa are recognised for pulling more people out of poverty than their male counterparts, they suffer from a significant funding gap on the continent.

 

MARKETS & MONEY

INFRASTRUCTUR FINANCE

According to the African Development Bank, Africa’s infrastructure deficit is around $100bn a year. The Africa Finance Corporation is working on the problems of size and standardisation of project finance to attract more capital to Africa’s infrastructure spending deficit.

 

MARKETS & MONEY

INSURANCE

These are bullish times for the insurance industry in Africa, which has potential everywhere, thanks to a growing and youthful population armed with mobile phones and increasing consumer power.

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