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  • Customs law and litigation

  • Foreign trade and financing

  • Foreign exchange regulations

  • Trade and commodities

Adolphe Mballa

Legal Counsel

After an experience in a firm in Paris and as an ATER at the Catholic University of Louvain, Adolphe graduated from the ENAM's "customs"section.

He worked for about 10 years in the customs administration of Cameroon as a visit inspector in several central and operational services, such as Douala Port III (transit), Douala Port II (economic and suspensive regimes), Douala Port V (vehicles and other containers), as well as the Business Verification Unit and the Legislation Division.

In the process, he obtained several certifications, trainings and exchanges on various themes and studies in customs, foreign trade and financing of the economy and companies in several international organizations (International Monetary Fund, World Customs Organization, UNCTAD, etc).

Adolphe has also worked for several high-level consulting firms and for several international organizations and programs as an external consultant (Mazars, CEMAC, World Customs Organization and World Trade Organization), expert in charge of institutional issues and integration, but especially as a regional customs expert (ECCAS) and expert in negotiations on the African continental free trade area AfCFTA / AU.

This rich experience has enabled him to participate in the formulation and execution of numerous national, regional and international programs relating to reforms on customs, political economy, foreign exchange and business law in Africa and in the sub-region.

Hard worker, rigorous and with ethical standards, Adolphe is passionate about books and archives, and firmly believes in the emergence of Africa.

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