Major themes covered

Below are short, intensive and certificate awarding training programmes designed and delivered by Guy Gweth to public and private actors on behalf of KCG and ACCI
  • AFRICA MARKET MONITORING AND INTELIGENCE (AMMI)

Advise – Formation – Conference – Field intervention 

This service it provides the keys to monitor your business sector in Africa 24/7: from legislation to competition, including new entrants, prices, mergers, acquisitions or potential bankruptcies. What makes ACCI’s unique added value is the combination of electronic monitoring and human intelligence.

  • INFLUENCE OF PUBLIC DECISION-MAKING IN AFRICA (IPDA)

Advise – Formation – Conference – Field intervention 

This service it equips and sharpens the capacity of companies to escape market standards and to co-produce them. This is because the current international economic war is above all normative.

  • ECONOMIC INTELLIGENCE AND DUE DILIGENCE IN AFRICA (EIDDA)

Conseil – Formation – Conférence – Intervention terrain

This service it enables companies to protect themselves from any risk of fraud and/or damage to their reputation in markets, where the implication of public officials and politically exposed personalities in business, corruption, money laundering, legends and other forms of double accounting are faced with international sanctions, rendered more ruthless by extraterritoriality.

  • ENHANCED METHODS AND PRACTICES FOR COMPLIANCE (EMPC)

Advise – Formation – Conference – Field intervention 

This service provides the means for companies to keep abreast with the standards and best practices applicable to their activities. The ACCI contributes to transforming them from stress-generating points of tension into competitive vectors in a complex and/or hostile environment.

  • TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS IN AFRICA (OTIFA)

Advise – Formation – Conference – Field intervention 

This service prevents companies from succumbing to organised crime, cybercrime, financing of terrorism, embezzlement of public funds, the informal economy or money laundering. Once again, African markets are unique.