• Organization TypeGovernment, Investment & Finance
  • HeadquartersAngola

Banco de Desenvolvimento de Angola (BDA) (Development Bank of Angola)

The Development Bank of Angola (BDA) is a public financial institution created under Decree 37/06 of 7 July 2006 of the Council of Ministers, with the aim of supporting the country's sustained economic growth. The BDA is geared towards increasing national wealth, continuously improving the well-being of the population and building and consolidating the country's economy. The BDA is a privileged instrument for financing the development of the national economy in the light of the Government's Economic and Social Development Program and the National Long-Term Development Strategy. Without prejudice to the support to enterprises of national interest in charge of the public sector, the BDA preferentially develops its activities with the objective of stimulating the private initiative, namely aiming at the provision of goods and equipment for training and access to new technologies necessary for the productive activity of small, medium and large companies. Mission Contribute to accelerate the balanced and sustainable development of Angola, providing the creation of jobs and income, the modernization of economic and social structures and the increase of the country's competitiveness. Eyesight To be a distinct bank in the market, focused on financing the development of Angola. Values Management Transparency; Loyalty; Ethic; Professionalism; Efficiency; Rigor; Inclusion and Social Responsibility.
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Company Offices

  • Angola (headquarters)
  • Luanda
  • Corner between Av. 4 de Fevereiro, nº 113 and Rua Robert Shields, nº3 | PO Box 1366