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Mathurin Kamdem, the man who persuaded Actis to invest in Douala Grand Mall

Mathurin Kamdem, the man who persuaded Actis to invest in Douala Grand Mall

In 2013, the Cameroonian, who spent twenty-three years at Bouygues Construction, came up with the idea for the largest shopping centre in Central Africa, due to open in September.

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            ▪ Mathurin Kamdem, the man who persuaded Actis to invest in Douala Grand Mall

▪ In 2013, the Cameroonian, who spent twenty-three years at Bouygues Construction, came up with the idea for the largest shopping centre in Central Africa, due to open in September.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/804921/mathurin-kamdem-the-man-who-persuaded-actis-to-invest-in-douala-grand-mall/

03/07/2020 at 17h54, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Mathurin Jidjouc Kamdem, a civil engineer trained at the HEI Lille and holder of an MBA from the ESCP business school in Paris, decided to resign from Bouygues at the beginning of the 2010s. During his time with the group, he was based in Equatorial Guinea where he managed the French construction giant’s subsidiary for eight years.

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