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Personal Data Protection Charter

This Charter applies to all personal data processed by entities of BRIDGE BANK GROUP - COTE D'IVOIRE (BBG CI) acting as data controller. It explains how we use this data, with whom we may share it, and what measures we take to ensure its confidentiality, security, and the rights you have in this regard.

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Notice d’information sur les données à caractère personnel

BRIDGE BANK GROUP, en abrégée BBG , société Anonyme avec Conseil d'Administration au capital de francs CFA 12.500.000.000 ayant son siège social à Abidjan Plateau, 33 Avenue du Général de Gaulle, Immeuble TEYLIOM0,1 boîte postale 13002 Abidjan 01 et immatriculée au Registre du Commerce et du Crédit Mobilier d'Abidjan sous le numéro CI-ABJ-2004-B-6821, accorde une importance à sa politique de conformité et aux respects de la protection des données à caractère personnel. La Banque a décidé de se conformer à la loi N° 2013-450 du 19 juin 2013 relative à la protection des données à caractère personnel en réalisant ce qui suit.

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Our Quality Policy

Present in the Ivorian economic environment since 2006, BBG has positioned itself over the years as an innovative commercial bank, offering personalized banking solutions tailored to the needs of its clientele, including structured enterprises and middle to upper-class individuals.

Key Indicators

Working capital, working capital requirement, and cash flow requirement: three (3) parameters to closely monitor for good financial management.

Manage Your Financial Needs

Good financial management consists of optimizing the three financing indicators that we have just presented: working capital, working capital requirement, and cash flow requirement.

Optimize Cash Flow

What are the financing solutions to meet cash flow needs? Banks offer several types of facilities:

Customer Relationship Stages

Here's how to optimize your financial relationship with your clients at every stage of the sales process.

Get to Know Your Customers Better

Studying your client portfolio allows you to better understand the potential risks incurred by the company, particularly when a few important clients represent a significant portion of your sales.

Check Your Customer's Financial Health

Before accepting the order of a new client, it is good to check their financial situation.
But how to go about it

Organize Customer Follow-ups

Client reminders should take place before the due date of payment. Indeed, it is important to verify that the whole process is running smoothly: has the client received the goods? Has the purchasing department given the green light for payment? Is the accounts payable department preparing the payment?

Payment Deadlines

Understand the principles of deadlines and payment delays to prevent potential difficulties and optimize the management of your accounts receivable.

Optimize Your Payment Terms

Good cash management requires two concerted actions: on the one hand, reducing customer payment terms; on the other hand, reviewing supplier payment terms.

Reduce the Risk of Non-Payment

Non-payment constitutes a loss and costs the company dearly. Carrying out systematic reminders can avoid this situation. But sometimes this is not enough and procedures must be initiated.

Some Practical Tips

Your collection amounts are recorded in the bank account with a lag compared to the date of the transaction. Depending on the banks, the calculation of value dates varies.

Your Dashboard

Summary of some simple methods to organize your financial follow-up.