22 June11:59 AM
The pandemic defined his first year in the leadership of the BFA Executive Commission, a situation he defined as “challenging” to which the bank responded with “resilience and adaptation”. The priority attributed to digitalisation is to be strengthened this year in conjunction with the development of human capital and improving the efficiency of internal processes , said Luís Gonçalves, the first angolan to lead BFA, a house that he knows very well after 27 years of employment there.
Click here to read the full interview with Luís Roberto Gonçalves, CEO of Banco de Fomento Angola, to Prémio Magazine, edition June 2021.
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