Managing operational risk in African nations

The African way

Risk officers at global banks are increasingly adding visits to African cities to their travel plans, as banks search for ways to tap into the continent's growth. After years of being referred to as the ‘dark continent', Africa is now seen as one of the last frontiers for generating returns, particularly as a large part of the western world is weighed down by lacklustre growth thanks to the credit woes affecting the eurozone.
Since 2001, Africa's gross domestic product has grown by an average of

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