AFRICA CONSULTING & TRADING

ACT

Trading / Consulting

Address: Immeuble NA 12, Rue Birago Diop x Rue H, Point E - BP 6546 - Dakar, Senegal.

Tel.: (+221) 33 867 9598

Fax: (+221)33-867-9500

E-mail: contact@act-afrique.com

General Manager: Ibrahima Cheikh Diong

Established in April 2012, ACT, a pan-African management-consulting firm, began operating from Dakar, Senegal, targeting West and Central African markets in various sectors, including infrastructure, mining, aviation, real estate, construction, energy, amongst other things. Passionate about Africa and its development, the promoters of ACT are convinced that the continent’s success will be based on its ability to identify, determine and increase its opportunities for successful and collaborative partnerships with the rest of the world. ACT positions itself therefore alongside both traditional Western partners and new stakeholders from emerging countries. In a globally changing world where good governance and ethical values are paramount, ACT is committed to respecting stringent values in carrying out its missions and managing its relations with its partners.

ACT intervenes on two main business lines;

  • Strategic Development: Design and support deployment of development strategies, sectorial policies, public-private partnerships schemes, promotion of investments, country and company “branding”, product positioning, access to market, etc.
  • Change management: Manage organizational reform, organizational audits, support in implementing organizational change, design capacity building and development plans, etc.
  • Mobilization of funding: Support fundraising through design, structure, financial engineering, and raising financing for deals in various sectors and for clients in the public and private sectors.

Financial and Commercial Intermediary (FCI):

Financial Intermediary: Match making for investors and client, organization of investment fora, deal sourcing for investors and strategic partners.

Representation: Commercial representation of clients in Africa through physical and due diligence platforms and strategic advisory.

Facilitating business: Occasional support in developing business opportunities: arranging business contacts, organizing business trips, organizing meetings with decision-makers.