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Henri-Claude Oyima puts BGFI in the lead to become BVMAC’s largest shareholder

Henri-Claude Oyima puts BGFI in the lead to become BVMAC’s largest shareholder

The Gabonese Development Bank (BGD), until now the Central African Stock Exchange’s (BVMAC) main shareholder with a 32.15% stake, has decided to sell its shares in BVMAC.

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            ▪ Henri-Claude Oyima puts BGFI in the lead to become BVMAC’s largest shareholder

▪ The Gabonese Development Bank (BGD), until now the Central African Stock Exchange’s (BVMAC) main shareholder with a 32.15% stake, has decided to sell its shares in BVMAC.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/805980/henri-claude-oyima-puts-bgfi-in-the-lead-to-become-bvmacs-largest-shareholder/

03/11/2020 at 21h38, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Despite the global economic crisis, the battle for BVMAC’s shares is already underway, led by Gabonese investment bank BGFIBank.

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