On the fifteenth day of this month of August, the Association of African Central Banks Symposium Summit took place in Pretoria. The main aim of this meeting was, among others, to promote cooperation in the monetary, banking and finance sectors, in order to maintain the financial stability of the continent.
The role played by African central banks in guaranteeing the financial system adequately covers the financing of small and medium-sized companies, and is crucial in the promotion of inclusion and development on the African continent.
That is how the South African President, H. E. Jacob Zuma put it, before the delegates at the summit.
The one-day event was held within the framework of “Perspectives on Monetary Integration in Africa”, and was attended by governors of African central banks, representatives from regional bodies and international institutions, together with the president of the Central African States Development Bank (BDEAC), the Equatoguinean, Fortunato Ofa Mbo Nchama.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea