Infrastructures: the Cameroonian Alain Ebobissé became head of Africa50

7 April 2016

The Board of Africa50 funds - dedicated to the financing of infrastructure on the continent - has appointed Alain Ebobissé as president and CEO, announced Thursday the African Development Bank (ADB) which is the initiative of the Pan-African fund.

Launched in 2013,  formed in July 2015 and based in Casablanca , the fund Africa50 exchange leader.

It is now the Cameroonian Alain Ebobissé who is the CEO of the investment fund infrastructure on the continent. I l replaces the Senegalese Alassane Ba , who served as interim CEO since May 2015 pending the appointment of a new boss.

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