The president of the Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture and Forestry of Bioko, Gregorio Boho Camo, received on Thursday, May 21, in his office at the institutional headquarters, the representative of Ernst & Young, Sinforiano Ngomi Elomba, from the company dedicated to advising companies on legal and tax matters, relating to its establishment in Equatorial Guinea.
During the meeting, the President of the Chamber of Commerce, in addition to congratulating Ernst & Young for its work, also recalled its obligation to complete the formalities required for registration in the commercial entity, in order for its rights to be protected, and so it can benefit from the facilities obtained by the companies affiliated with the chamber.
– “The Chamber of Commerce guides companies in the process of legalization; There are several activities coordinated by the chamber with companies, but those that are not affiliated cannot benefit from the facilities offered by our institution,” said Boho Camo.
Meanwhile, Sinforiano Ngomi Elomba recognized the duty of the company to formalize its registration, and informed the head of the chamber that Ernst & Young contributes to social development through the agreement signed with the National University (UNGE), whereby it offers work experience to students and possible subsequent employment, according to proven performance: “This way we can participate in the development of our country; we know that development first begins with the training of human resources,” he said.
Text and photos: Clemente Ela Ondo Onguene (D. G. Base Internet)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office