Sat, 17 Jun 2017 11:41 - Updated Sat, 17 Jun 2017 11:41
Angola: BPC team on tour of European Correspondent Banks
Luanda - The chairman of the Board of Directors of the Angolan Savings and Credit Bank (BPC), Ricardo de Abreu, accompanied by a team of senior staff from the institution, is traveling to Germany, France, Spain and Portugal, aiming for the standardization of institutional relations with the corresponding banks of these countries.
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As part of the Immediate Action Plan (PAI), which focuses on the commercial effectiveness and operational efficiency of the Bank, the BPC boss and his team will, in particular, contact the main banking Development and promotion of exports from Germany, France, Spain and Portugal.
BPC has branches in the country’s 18 provinces and is the largest commercial bank in the country. Its creation in 1991 was preceded by other institutions that gave rise to it, since 1956.
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