Banco de Comércio e Indústria

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Banco de Comércio e Indústria is a bank in Angola. The bank was created on 11 July 1991 by government decree No. 08-A/91. The CEO (Portuguese: PCA - Presidente do Conselho de Administração) is Filomeno Costa Alegre Alves de Ceita.

The primary shareholder is the government with 91% of the shares. Other shareholders are nine public enterprises, Angola Telecom, ENSA - Seguros de Angola, CERVAL,[1] Sonangol, Endiama, TCUL, Porto de Luanda and TAAG with 1.1% of the shares each, and Bolama[2] with 0.2%.[3]

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  1. ^ I could not find any real information about this "CERVAL", except in news items on the BCI. I do now think that "CERVAL" refers to the "Companhia União de Cervejas de Angola (CUCA)" which produces the "Cuca" beer. A Web search for "CERVAL Angola" turned up an entry in some company registry where CERVAL's address was given to be in the same street as the Cuca brewery. L.Willms
  2. ^ Same situation with Bolama: appears in Angop only as one of the shareholders of BCI. It is probably the company which once was or is BOLAMA EMPRESA REGIONAL DE MASSAS UEE; 5 AV ZONA INDUSTRIAL GAZENGA. To be continued... L.Willms
  3. ^ "Organograma/Accionistas". Banco BCI. Retrieved 27 March 2012. 

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