• Moody's points out areas for improvement of the Angolan banking

    Moody's points out areas for improvement of the Angolan banking

    28.12.2015



    The Savings and Credit Bank (BPC) was one of the sponsors of a special afternoon for more than 3000 children from several foster homes in the province of Luanda, held recently in Luanda, at Memorial Agostinho Neto.

    An organization of TEA CLUB, the event had the participation of emblematic figures of the enchanted world of Disney, renowned Angolan musicians and national entrepreneurs who marched during the event.

    With free entries, the event was produced bay Multi - Events and Casa 70.

    According to Paixão Júnior, chairman of BPC, it was "with great pleasure and pride that of BPC sponsoring this cause, this effort is part of our social responsibility project. In the case of a targeted activity to children, we are always available to support "said Paixão Junior.

    The chairman also took the opportunity to congratulate the organization for having done an event of such importance and responsibility for children. "We are all to be congratulated for accomplish this activity, we have faith that it will be the first of many and we hope to provide and lead again and again to the joys of the children" he said.

    About TEA CLUB

    The TEA CLUB Club is a female organization set for executive women in Angola.

    The project is designed to have a limited number of members, women executives who share the same values and a similar concept of life.

    The idea is that members find in the club everything a woman needs in day-to-day basis. Participation in the club is by invitation from the 11 founding members of the club.


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