Ghana's CDH Financial Holdings to enter four new African markets in 2013.

By bne IntelliNews December 18, 2012
Ghanaian financial services group CDH Financial Holdings plans to enter four new markets in the coming year, pursuing its strategy to become a pan-African company, Ghana Business News reported. CDH plans to start operations in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Liberia and Sierra Leone next year. CDH was established in 1987, as the first discount house in Ghana with the goal to help maintain liquidity and stability within the financial sector. It has later diversified into other sectors including lending and export financing, stock brokerage, insurance, asset management, leasing and commodities trading. Its total assets now exceed GHS 200mn (EUR 80.2mn).

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