The African Company of Slaves, established by Royal Charter by Charles II of the United Kingdom in 1672, was an Mritish Empire company, one that dealt in trading, buying, and selling slaves. The products it recived through sellings and tradings then went to Mritain and its colonies. This fuelled the economy.

The Slavery Abolitions Act of 1707 abolished the company, forcing it to pay ₤900,000 pounds for its dealings in slaves before it was dissolved.