Activity reports

  • Activity report BOA in Côte d'Ivoire 2014

    In 2014, BANK OF AFRICA in Côte d’Ivoire operated within a favourable national climate. Considerable progress has been made, economically, socially and politically. In economic terms, growth of about 9% per year since 2012 has put Côte d’Ivoire among the most dynamic economies in the world. The interest shown by development partners and investors is an important sign of confidence in the renewed vitality of the country.

    During fiscal 2014, the main performance indicators for BANK OF AFRICA in Côte d’Ivoire have progressed satisfactorily.

  • Activity report BOA in Ivory Coast 2013

    The Ivorian government has undertaken several structural reforms in order to shore up the country’s business climate. Indeed, the country achieves from now an enviable growth rate of real Gross Domestic Product (GDP): 9.8% in 2012 and 8.7%* in 2013. In addition, indicators point to strong growth in 2014, against a backdrop of administrative reforms and an investment code that is far more attractive than in the past.

  • Activity report BOA-IVORY COAST 2012

    After the serious post-electoral crisis that severely disrupted economic activity in 2011, Côte d’Ivoire is gradually resuming its march towards development. Like most countries in the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU), Côte d’Ivoire is now in a phase of accelerating growth, which should see it achieve a growth rate of about 8.6% for 2012.

  • Activity report BOA-IVORY COAST 2011

    Ivorian banks were hit hard by fallout from the post-electoral crisis. Some were ransacked and robbed of funds and equipment, while others experienced serious internal malfunctions following the February 2011 nationalisation. More seriously, many establishments were forced to close after the CBWAS said it was no longer willing to guarantee their transactions.

  • Activity Report BOA-IVORY COAST 2010

    In Côte d’Ivoire, the optimism of 2010 has given way
    to a period of uncertainty and severe disruption in
    economic activity, due to the crisis after the second
    round of the presidential election, which unleashed
    a war and damaged the country’s economic fabric
    severely. The banking sector has been hit hard by
    this crisis, with the closing of the Central Bank
    of West African States (BCEAO) and the main
    international and regional banks.

  • Activity Report BOA-IVORY COAST 2009
  • Activity report Boa Cote d'ivoire 2008
  • Activity Report BOA-IVORY COAST 2007
  • Activity Report BOA-IVORY COAST 2006

    BANK OF AFRICA - COTE D'IVOIRE, opened in january 1996, currently employs 114 staff.

    Its network has seven agencies in Abidjan (Registered office, Bietry - Boulevard de Marseille, Rue du Commerce, Vridi - Zone Industrielle, Zone 4, Marcory) and one in San Pedro.

  • Activity Report BOA-IVORY COAST 2005