Orabank Chad and the office of the Resident Representative of the African Development Bank (AfDB) jointly organised a cocktail dinner held at the Kempinski Hotel on Friday 30 January 2015 for existing and prospective institutional customers, as well as those managing projects funded by external donors.

The evening was made even more memorable thanks to the presence of guests from the European Union, United Nations agencies, the IMF, the World Bank, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation, as well as the coordinators of externally funded projects.

In his welcome speech, Orabank Chad's Chief Executive Officer, Benjamin Kouadio Kouakou, highlighted that the dinner 'was part of a series of events and activities designed to reach out to all of the bank's customers, with the aim of raising the bank's profile and awareness of its day-to-day services.'

For Professor Michel-Cyr Djiena Wembou, the AfDB's Resident Representative and Chair of its Technical and Financial Partners Committee in Chad, 'Orabank is a bank for the people in that it does not only seek to make money, but also to support the country by helping to manage projects that aim to grow the national economy more effectively.' 

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