April 26 – Mrs Manal Bernoussi, Director of Strategy & Communications at Casablanca Finance City and Mr. Jochen Biedermann, General Manager of the World Alliance of International Financial Centers (WAIFC)…
Recognized as the leading financial center in Africa and a partner of the largest international financial centers, CFC has built a strong membership community of finance companies, regional headquarters for multinationals, service providers and holding companies.
CFC offers its members an attractive value proposition and quality “doing business” support to promote the deployment of their activities in Africa.
Driven by the ambition to satisfy its community, CFC is committed to promoting the African expertise of its members while stimulating synergies and business opportunities within its network.
CFC VALUE PROPOSITION
CFC offers business facilitation through an administrative one stop shop, people and capital mobility and alternative dispute resolution methods through the CIMAC (Casablanca International Mediation and Arbitration Center) .
The CFC community includes 180 leading companies operating in diversified business areas across 46 African countries. CFC’s monthly events aim to create synergies between members, share feedback from field experiences and discover business opportunities within the community.
CFC’s agreements with 17 African countries provides its members with key information to optimize their operations in Africa and assure them the best. CFC also publishes reports aimed at furthering the understanding of African specificities.
CFC IN NUMBERS
The CFC Status offers an attractive package of benefits. These benefits include Doing Business facilitations, a community of active members and access to relevant information on Africa.
Where do Fintechs stand in the African start-up ecosystem? What are the sector’s development dynamics in the continent? What leverage do these new disruptive actors have on the finance industry…
Saïd Ibrahimi, CEO of CFC is a guest on FRANCE 24‘s “L’invité de l’économie”: CFC is part of Morocco’s strategy towards Africa”