Absa Mauritius, proud Platinum sponsor of the Africa Partnership Conference.
Absa Mauritius is part of a Pan-African banking group present in 12 countries, namely Mauritius, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Seychelles, Kenya, Ghana, Tanzania, Mozambique, Nigeria and Uganda, with securities entities in the UK and US.
With a long-standing presence locally, Absa Mauritius has solidified over the years, its understanding of the market it serves and also built a solid reputation in the banking sector. It has positioned itself as a financial partner of choice for individuals, as well as domestic and international companies. The bank strongly believes in the growth potential of the African continent and the latter is at the very heart of its strategy.
Absa Mauritius offers an integrated set of products and services across corporate and investment banking, wealth, business banking with solutions for SMEs, and retail banking. Leveraging on the Group’s leading position on the African capital markets and as a pioneer of international banking in Mauritius, the bank is well-equipped to address regional challenges and drive connectivity across key channels – in the UK, Europe, United States, and China, into and within Africa.
Operating within the Mauritius International Financial Centre (IFC), it has and continues to assist companies in their African ventures – whether it is a local company expanding its activities or an offshore company looking to be domiciled in Mauritius. The bank has become a major player in bridging business channels between Africa and the rest of the world.
Committed to be an active force for good in everything it does, Absa Mauritius endeavours to shape a sustainable future for its employees, shareholders, clients, and the community at large.
“The Africa Partnership Conference is a commendable initiative that aligns with our purpose, which is to “Empower Africa’s tomorrow, together… one story at a time”.
As a platinum sponsor, we are bringing to Mauritius, subject matter experts from the Absa Group to share their knowledge, and better understand industry trends and challenges. We look forward to creating valuable connections with various stakeholders and partners that can contribute to the development and growth of the African continent.”, says Sunil Ramgobin, Chief Business Officer Absa Mauritius.