Marcopolis presents the Mozambique Report focused on topics such as investments, doing business, economy and regional integration, featuring interviews with Mozambican leaders. The sectors under review in this issue are agriculture, banking, energy, industry, telecom, IT, tourism, logistics and many more.
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Aldo Tembe is the CEO of Moçambique Previdente, a pension funds management company born in Maputo in 2012.
Aldo Tembe, CEO of Moçambique Previdente, says the company wants to become one of the important forces in the Mozambican economy.
"We as Moçambique Previdente want to be one of the important forces in our economy. We want to be one of the main investors, yes, but we want to provide the people that are retiring and of old age, good conditions that get better and better throughout the years. We want more clients of course, but these clients are not just to have more numbers or more money. These clients will represent us doing all that I have said before: being a pioneer investor in the economy and having a social position to help the elderly", says Aldo Tembe.
"Mozambique and Angola are in the SADC (Southern African Development Community) region and are the countries that are growing at the fastest rate. In all the emerging countries we are in a forefront position, which gives us an extremely good place to invest not only in the medium term, but also in the long run. Besides, investors have the possibility to come to Mozambique and tap the whole region too", he adds.