Customer Due Diligence Intelligence
MANSA repository provides a single source of primary data for conducting customer due diligence checks on counterparties in Africa. The repository contains database of African entities who contribute their KYC/CDD information and are published after going through an independent corroboration process. You can browse our current contributors list of African Financial Institutions, Corporates and Small and Medium-size Enterprises (SMEs) at anytime, and through a subscription to view their full profiles, access their data and download summary reports.
Investing In Africa Insights
MANSA portal is a one-stop place to learn about Africa and investment opportunities in Africa. The portal holds information about geography, investment climate and economic profiles, key industry, traded products and services regarding African countries, thereby providing greater visibility and insight into Africa while reducing information asymmetry and risk perceptions. It also provides a single window to Investment Promotion Agencies of all countries in the continent for easier access to more detailed investment procedures of each country.
News & Events
Get news and publications about KYC/CDD on Africa and African entities as well as information on KYC/CDD events across Africa and the world on the MANSA portal. The portal also provides latest news and publications on investments and trades regarding Africa.
Benefits Of Mansa
The MANSA repository will promote good governance, transparency and accountability by African Entities
Promoting international trade with Africa through lower cost of compliance for international banks and global trading entities in maintaining relationships with African counterparts.
Reducing the perceived risk of trading in Africa and mitigating negative implication of current Client Due Diligence challenges and high-risk perception of Africa.
Availability of information on counterparties will promote intra and extra-African trade, and stimulate uptake of new trade opportunities and channels including trade payment systems, such as mobile payment platforms.
Afreximbank held a seminar with (MSB) and (IMS) at MSB’s headquarters.
Dec 17, 2021
Afreximbank held a seminar with The Mediterranean School of Business (MSB) and the Institut Des Metiers De Sante (IMS) at MSB’s headquarters.
Afreximbank helds a seminar with UTICA in their headquarters.
Dec 16, 2021
Afreximbank held a seminar with UTICA in their headquarters.
The bank held a seminar with The Federation of Insurance Companies of Tunisia (FTUSA)
Dec 15, 2021
The bank held a seminar with The Federation of Insurance Companies of Tunisia (FTUSA) in their headquarters.