Contact us

XL Building, 6th Floor
Dr. Crozet Street & Boulevard de la République
Plateau, Abidjan
Ivory Coast

+225 4726 8808

Côte d'Ivoire

ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS  |  CORPORATE  |  PRIVATE CLIENT

Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) is a booming economic hub in the West African region and offers much opportunity for business and investment.

Through our representative office in Abidjan, we provide advisory and corporate services to companies looking to establish or expand their business in Western Africa.

Our services include:

  • Advice on corporate structuring
  • Establishment of business in ‘UMOA’ (Monetary Union of West Africa) and ‘CEDEAO’ (Economic Community of West African States)
  • Company secretarial and compliance services
  • Provision of Resident Manager
  • Provision of Resident Director
  • Accounting services
  • Corporate Finance Advisor
  • IP registration

One of Africa's fastest growing economies (estimated at 8% for 2017)

Economic gateway to French-speaking Western Africa

 

Well-developed infrastructure network including modern port facilities

Significant mining potential, oil and gas production for local consumption and export

Strong macroeconomic fundamentals, with GDP growth of 8.8% in 2017

Stable political climate since end of civil conflict in 2006

Office Location
5.323104348706126 -4.0234430539672985 5.323318 -4.023571800000013
RELATED NEWS / INSIGHTS

1201

NYC appointment gives US investors access to and from European and African funds market
2018 | 20 Jun 2018

US private equity and real estate fund managers can now access a full range of specialist European and African fund structures and SPC investment vehicles with the appointment of investment specialist, Nicolas van Heule, as Director of North America operati...

Read more
The Future of Private Equity and Real Estate Fund Adminstration: a market insight
2018 | 23 Apr 2018

Ocorian's Alternative Investment team review the current trends in Private Equity and Real Estate Fund Administration.

Read more
More hope, but volatility still sees South Africa's wealthy looking to offshore trusts
2018 | 03 Apr 2018

South Africa might be the most developed economy in Africa, but it faces a lot of well-documented issues. Ahead of the STEP South Africa conference, Ocorian’s Global Head of Private Client - and native South African - Grant Barbour looks at how wealthy Sout...

Read more