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How has the insurance sector in Gabon changed over the last five years?


Gabon is home to the regional stock market of CEMAC, the Central African Stock Exchange (Bourse des Valeurs Mobilières d’Afrique Centrale, BVMAC). While the exchange has attracted many bond listings since it began operations eight years ago, equity listings and secondary trading activity remain limited. To address this, the regulator...


Lenders in commodity-dependent Gabon were hit by the macroeconomic slowdown, but the outlook has since brightened, and with several new players looking to flex their muscles, lending to the private sector and households is expected to rise significantly. Gabon’s banking sector is heavily concentrated – a trait of many of the continent’s...


As the drop in oil prices continues, upstream investment in Gabon has slowed as operators decrease their capital expenditure and production costs. The situation is hardly unique to Gabon, with other producers in the Gulf of Guinea, such as Nigeria and Ghana, facing similar situations. However, it comes on top of a decline in Gabon’s production...


What has been the impact of exogenous pressures on the banking sector?


How has the drop in oil prices impacted upstream investment in Africa?

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