Tanzania Financial Services

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Financial Services in Tanzania: Altemius Millinga Gives an Overview of Yetu Microfinance Bank

Altemius Millinga, Managing Director of Yetu Microfinance Bank PLC, shares his assessment of the microfinance sector in Tanzania and gives an overview of Yetu Microfinance, a bank specialized in providing financial services, loans, savings products, money transfer and payments to the lower end of the market of the financial sector spectrum.

Tanzania Securities Limited: Wealth Management, Corporate Finance Advisory and Securities Trading

Maro Kohi gives an overview of the investment industry in Tanzania and presents Tanzania Securities Limited, the country’s leading stockbrokers and members of the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. The financial services firm focuses on three main segments: wealth management, corporate finance advisory and securities trading. Maro Kohi also talks about the impacts of COVID on the economy of Tanzania and shares his vision for the future of Tanzania Securities Limited.

Financial Services: SSC Capital, Corporate Advisory and Investment Management in Tanzania

Salum Awadh gives an overview of corporate advisory and investment management firm SCC Capital. He also shares his assessment of the financial services and capital markets sectors in Tanzania and discusses challenges to be faced by the industry. Finally, Salum Awadh talks about his vision for SCC Capital in the medium term.

Corporate Advisory and Investment Management: An Overview of SSC Capital

Salum Awadh, CEO of SSC Capital, presents the company. SSC Capital is a corporate advisory and investment management firm offering solutions in corporate advisory, private equity and venture capital transactions, corporate finance, capital raising, project management, funds management, research, mergers and acquisitions, institutional set-up, debt and corporate restructuring, and investment banking.

Tanzanian leading real estate developer introduced a new pay for houses scheme

The National Housing Corporation of Tanzania a leading real estate development and management firm mandated under the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Settlements Development has launched a new scheme which allows its clients to pay for the houses purchased while living in their own homes.

Basil & Alred, leading tax advisory in Tanzania discusses their strategy

Since opening its door in 2011 Basil & Alred has grown to become one of the leading professional services firms operating in Tanzania. Offering full-service assurance, tax and advisory expertise, with a team led by partners of some 40 years cumulative experience in public accounting spearheaded by Godfrey Mramba the Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer chiefly responsible for tax advisory and corporate development. 

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