ASSOCIATES & PARTNERS

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    Titus Institute
  2. 2
    Titus Joiner Construction
  3. 3
    Stock Tank
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    IFSC
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    IPMZ
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    PRAZ
  7. 7
    IRAZ
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    Member of the Botswana IFSC

    GGF AFRICA is a member of the Botswana International Financial Services Centre (“IFSC”), where it has been registered since the company’s establishment in 2008. The IFSC is the launch pad from which GGF AFRICA will pursue its client-following (or opportunity-led) growth strategy into new African markets, a concept that we developed in response to conditions in the home market of Zimbabwe during the company’s formative years.

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    Member of the Association of Estate Administrators and Executors.

    GGF AFRICA is a member of the Association of Estate Administrators and Executors

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    Member of the Insolvency & Restructuring Association of Zimbabwe

    A registered corporate rescue practitioner, our Lead Consultant Felix Kumirai is an accredited member of IRAZ.GGF Africa provides corporate rescue, business restructuring, turnaround workouts and where inevitable, corporate liquidation services under counsel of the Master of the High Court in terms of the Laws of Zimbabwe.

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    Member of the Institute of People Management of Zimbabwe (IPMZ).

    We offer strategic human resources consultancy services and the firm is a member of the IPMZ

    Genesis Global Finance (Private) Limited (“GGF”), is a regional financial advisory and strategy consultancy services firm with business interests in Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. GGF is a member of the Botswana International Financial Services Centre (“IFSC”). GGF focuses on providing specialist management consultancy and strategic planning consultancy services to private and public companies as well as government ministries and parastatals. GGF is accredited by the Office of the President and Cabinet as one of the experts for the Provision of Consultancy Services for Results Based Strategic Planning for public agencies vide State Procurement Board resolution PBR-1384 of September 29 2011.