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THEME

«THE RESILIENCE OF AFRICAN COUNTRIES POST-CORONA; CAMEROONIAN COMPANIES IN THE TIME OF THE CHALLENGE».

SPEAKER

M. Stanislas ZEZE

Graduated from the University of Michigan where he obtained an MPA (Master of Public Administration with a specialization in financial risk management and strategic planning for economic development) and the Institute of Political and Economic Sciences of Eastern Michigan University. Mr. ZEZE also studied business law at the University of Nantes in France. He has extensive experience in financial and operational risk management acquired in renowned institutions such as the World Bank in Washington (as Senior Risk Analyst), at the International Institute for Economics in Washington, D.C. (as Project Manager), National Bank of Detroit, Ann Harbor, Michigan, (as Director of Risk Management for SMEs and SMIs), at the African Development Bank (as Senior Country Credit Officer) and Shell Oil Product Africa (Regional Credit Risk Director for West and Central Africa).He is the founder (2007) of the first Financial Rating Agency in French-speaking Africa, Bloomfield Investment Corporation. He contributed significantly to the negotiations of the WAEMU financial market that led to the introduction of financial rating being mandatory on the capital market. It enjoys a very good reputation in the capital markets and the investment community at the national, regional and international level. Stanislas ZEZE is also a member of the Association of American Public Administrators and member of Pi Sigma Alpha (honorary society of political science). He was awarded a corporate governance award at the leadership forum organized in 2014 in Abidjan. In April 2016 he made the cover of Forbes Afrique magazine; and in December 2018, he received the award for the best financier of the year, by Financial Afrik, the leader in financial information in Africa. He was decorated Officer of the National Order by the Grand Chancellery of Cote d’Ivoire in August 2019.

"The covid 19 pandemic has severely tested the resilience capacity of African countries. We realized that 60 years after independence, with the exception of a few countries, African countries have not managed to put in place a political and economic model adapted to their reality so as to make them self-sufficient in their needs and sufficiently resilient to external shocks. It is therefore necessary and urgent to enter into a deep and broad reflection to rethink our political and economic models so as to create a new dynamic in the development of our countries."


M. Stanilas ZEZE
CEO of Bloomfield Investment Corporation

ORGANIZER

"The Covid 19 took all of humanity by surprise and put a greater part of the economy at a standstill. In this context, African countries surprised by demonstrating unexpected capacities to absorb the undue shock, although weakened by vulnerabilities linked to their structural specificities. This crisis is clearly not, according to all experts in the field, a short term crisis ; It is therefore essential for African economies in general, and for Cameroonian business leaders and decision makers in particular to take appropriate measures in order to survive it and to make it an opportunity to define new paradigms in business practice that will position us comfortably in the most competitive markets."


Carole MBESSA ELONGO
Co-founder & DGA BFC S.A
President of the organizing committee

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…TOWARDS AFRICAN COHERENCE !

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