Henri Loundou, Director of cabinet, representing Calixte Nganongo, Congolese Minister of Finance and Budget, closed, Friday 17 January 2020 in Brazzaville, the Seminar on “The Establishment of a New Governance Framework in Tax and Customs Administrations”.
Madame Minister of Planning, Statistics and Regional Integration, Ingrid Olga Ghislaine Ebouka-Babackas, representing her colleague Calixte Nganongo, in charge of Finance and Budget, opened, Monday 13 January 2020, in Brazzaville (Congo), the Regional Seminar on the establishment of a good governance framework in Customs and Tax Administrations.
As part of the securitization operation of the State's domestic arrears, the Benin’s Management and Intermediation Company (SGI), arranger approved by the Regional Council of Financial Markets of the West African Economic and Monetary (UEMOA), officially submitted the Special Negotiable Debts Certificates to the Congolese State’s Monetary Authority.
From Friday 29 November to Friday 27 December 2019 at the BSCA headquarters in Brazzaville, the Ministry of Trade and the Central University for Finance and Economy of the China's People Republic organised, in partnership with the Ministry of Finance and Budget of the Republic of Congo, a training workshop on banking finance in Africa. This seminar was intended to financial and bank Congolese officials.
The Members of Parliament and Senators of the Congolese Parliament (Republic of Congo), meeting in plenary, during their budget sessions opened on October 15, 2019, adopted unanimously, with amendment, on Friday 20 December and Sunday 22 December 2019, respectively, the finance bill for the financial year 2020, which has been adopted in revenue at the sum of 2020 2, 175 billion 348 million 669, 503 FCFA and in expenditure at 1, 579 billion 350 million FCFA. This finance bill generates a projected budget surplus of 514 billion 722 million FCFA. It is slightly up on that of 2019, which amounted to 504 billion 165 million FCFA.
The inaugural founding general assembly of the national order of chartered accountants of Congo (ONEC-C) is held in Brazzaville, from Friday 20 to Saturday 21 December 2019. The work was opened by Henri Loundou, Director of Cabinet of the Minister of Finance and Budget, Calixte Nganongo, and Government Commissioner to ONEC-C bodies.
Madame Minister of Planning, Statistics and Regional Integration, Governor of the African Development Bank, Ingrid Olga Ghislaine Ebouka-Babackas, representing his colleague of Finance and Budget, Calixte Nganongo, and Representative-Resident of ADB to Congo, Antoine Tioyé, signed, Sunday 15 December 2019 in Brazzaville, a Loan Agreement of 187 million Euros (about 122 billion FCFA).
“The role and responsibility of the actors of the financial system and prosecution authorities in the prevention and the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing: the case of personnel of bank, ANIF, magistrates and judicial police officers”. This is the theme under which was placed the seminar of awereness and training on these two scourges, whose work was opened, Monday 25 November 2019 in Brazzaville (Republic of Congo), by Henri Loundou, director of cabinet, representing Calixte Nganongo, Minister of Finance and Budget.
At the conclusion of their work held from Tuesday 19 to Thursday 21 November 2019 in Brazzaville (Republic of Congo), the participants in the 23rd Meeting of the Committee of Experts of the Customs Directors General Conference, from 12 of the 23 countries in the WCO-West and Central Africa, adopted 21 recommendations and 6 due diligences. These include the development by the Customs of each country of a National Strategy for the implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area (ACFTA).
Henri Loundou, Director of cabinet, representing the Minister of Finance and Budget, Calixte Nganongo, opened, Tuesday 19 November 2019 in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, the 23rd Experts Committee Meeting of Customs Directors General Conference of the World Customs Organization (WCO)- West and Central Africa (WCA). The implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area is on the agenda.