Mr Mamadou D. NDIAYE

Entry in the IOC 2015
Born 10 February 1949
Mr Mamadou Diagna NDIAYE

Mr Mamadou D. NDIAYE



Studied law in Dakar (Senegal), Paris (France), Brussels (Belgium) and at the CFBP (professional banking school) in Paris


Proxyholder of the National Economic Development Bank in Senegal; former financial adviser to the Senegalese Embassy in Paris (France); former special adviser to the Secretary General of OPEC (Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) in Vienna (Austria); former special adviser on economic and financial affairs to the President of Senegal, Abdou Diouf; director of the Attijariwafa Bank in Senegal; chairman of the audit committee of the Attijariwafa Bank in Morocco; special adviser to Mohamed El Kettani, President and CEO of the Attijariwafa Bank financial group; chairman of the board of directors of Canal+ International; director of the Monaco-based Eurafrique Capva Sometra group, specialising in sea freight and commodities; adviser to the President of Senegal, Macky Sall, responsible for investments and chairman of the strategy committee

Sports practised

Football, tennis, skiing

Sports career

Has participated in many tennis tournaments with the Sporting Club Tennis of Dakar (Senegal) and the Tennis Club of the University of Dakar

Sports administration

Manager of the Dakar University Tennis Club and of the Dakar Olympic Club (Senegal); former President of the Senegalese Tennis Federation; former President of the African Tennis Confederation; former Special Adviser to the president of the International Tennis Federation(ITF), Francesco Ricci Bitti, in London (Great Britain); Special Adviser to the president of the International Military Sports Council (CISM); former President of the Senegalese Football Federation; Vice President of the Senegalese Sailing Federation affiliated to the International Sailing Federation (ISAF); President of the Senegalese National Olympic Committee

Member of other associations

President of the Marie-Louise Mimran Foundation in Geneva (Switzerland), which helps talented young athletes in Africa; member of French humanitarian association “Plus fort la vie”; former member of the Harvard University International Economic Alliance (United States of America); member of the honorary committee of French weekly news magazine Le Point


Several articles in daily economic and financial newspapers as well as in French and African news magazines

Awards and distinctions

Order of Merit and Legion of Honour (France); Officer of the National Order of the Lion (Senegal); Commander of the Order of Isabella the Catholic (Spain); Order of Ouissam Alaouite (Morocco)

IOC History

Member (2002-2013), then Adviser (2014-2015) of the Sport and Environment Commission; Member (2014), then Adviser (2015) of the International Relations Commission; Member of the following Commissions: Public Affairs and Social Development through Sport Commission (2015-2021), Public Affairs and Corporate Communications (2022-), Audit Committee (2016-2017) Coordination for the Games of the XXXIII Olympiad Paris 2024 (2022-)