Strategically investing in capital markets, real estate, and private equity
By contributing our time, talents, and resources
To achieve excellence in everything we do
At Ecowas Procurement Authority – Togo (EPAT), we seek to preserve and grow our shareholders’ capital for current and future generations and committed to an environment founded on high ethical standards where we put our people first and inspire dedication.
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We seek to preserve and grow our shareholders’ capital for current and future generations in the below field of investment.
Investing world-wide in multi-family apartments, office buildings, industrial holdings, and land holdings for development.
Directing capital on public equities and fund investments, we pursue long term investment opportunities generating superior returns.
Focusing on innovative, industry-leading, high-growth companies, we invest in the EPAT Construction and Development Timber, Food & Beverage space field.
Loan & Mortgage
We’ve made it easier for entrepreneurs, businesses and individuals who want to get a personal or business private loan of up to 10 million euros.
Why Choose Us
Attention to Details It’s our attention to the small stuff, scheduling of timelines and keen project management that makes us stand out from the rest.
The EPAT and our private financial cooperators intervene within the framework of rural development policy. It extends within the framework of the Common Agricultural Policy, which supports the dynamism and economic viability of rural communities. It contributes to the development of rural territories and a more balanced agricultural sector, more climate-friendly, more resilient in the face of climate change, more competitive and more innovative as follow.
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING
TECHNICAL AND CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT
LEASING MANAGEMENT AND TENANT LIAISON
PROJECT MANAGEMENT & ASSISTANCE
LOAN & MORTGAGE TRANSNATIONAL CONSULTING
WAREHOUSE & MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
BUDGET FORMULATION AND CONTROL
RENT COLLECTION AND CREDIT CONTROL