DUSHANBE, February 22, 2010, Asia-Plus  -- Deputy head of Tajikistan’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) Asanali Karamaliyev has met with visiting director of CforC Ltd (UK) Simon Brooks, according to the CCI press service.

In the course of the talks, the two discussed issued related to cooperation and investment in Tajikistan’s economy, in particular, energy and agrarian sectors.

Mr. Brooks noted that his company provides business, social and cultural business, social and cultural insight for investors in emerging and frontier markets.  The company’s goal is to put its clients in the best possible position to achieve long-term success in difficult places.

“Our company works with representatives from governmental institutions, business community and NGOs,” said the CforC director, “the company develops recommendations, taking into account local conditions, promotes establishment of state-private partnership and is interested in seeking clients in Tajikistan.”

According to CforC’s website, CforC works on the ground to generate high value knowledge, information and relationships to help shape clients’ investment strategy and build a sustainable and profitable business in challenging markets.  The company supports its clients throughout the investment cycle; providing key judgments at the due diligence, transaction and post-acquisition stage.  It works with its clients to enhance their bids, maximize profitability of operations and avoid costly disputes.  It offers a highly personal discreet approach.  Each assignment is Director-led to support senior decision-makers.

The company’s distinct "boots and suits" approach provides three core deliverables: Ground Truth insights, Inward Investment facilitation and Social Engagement planning.

CforC works for multi-nationals, banks, asset managers and family investment offices based in Europe, the US, Africa and Asia.  It aims to provide financial and technical support through local partners in order to help vulnerable and disadvantaged communities help themselves out of poverty and build towards sustainable prosperity.