Africa Urban Infrastructure Investment Forum is a two-day conference which will spearhead the African urban agenda by offering strategic overview into key areas of development through …Find out more →
The African Leadership Forum is accompanied by the African Business Awards, a gala cocktail to celebrate Africa’s leading businesses. The African Business Awards are now in their 7th edition and have become the definitive business awards in Africa, recognising leadership and excellence on the continent. The winners are announced at the Awards ceremony.Find out more →
The 2nd AUIIF will bring together the public and private sectors to discuss urban development policy and investment in Africa. It will be held in conjunction with the inaugural “José Eduardo dos Santos” African Mayor Awards celebrate the leadership and contribution of Mayors from cities across Africa. www.africanmayorawards.comFind out more →
Japan has always been a strong and loyal partner of Africa and a leader in many fields including that of agriculture. And Japan has remained steadfast in its support of the African cause, establishing the first TICAD in 1993 when virtually everybody else had turned their backs. Africa Japan trade sits at a modest $25bn but with Africa becoming an increasingly strategic continent in terms of energy and raw commodities, as well as a large consumer market it is a continent which has much to offer Japan, and vice versa.Find out more →
This years African Debt Capital Market will highlight changes in the African debt landscape and provide insights into new trends and developments. Sessions will focus on particular market segments and institutions, trading systems, custody developments, regional cooperation, regulatory and other trends including those in Europe and US which affect African capital markets.Find out more →
For the past two years, the Africa Debt Capital Markets Summit has been the premier event focusing exclusively on Africa’s debt markets. The first and second editions focused on understanding the framework of African debt capital markets, meeting the most influential players from the continent, as well as creating a platform for issuers, investors, advisors and intermediaries.Find out more →
The 2nd Africa Debt Capital Markets Summit will highlight market progress since last year as well as identify future trends. 2011 has been the strongest year for African debt capital markets since the financial crisis in 2007. As well as sovereign and multilateral issuers, a broader range of corporate issuers including financial institutions are increasingly turning to the debt capital markets to fund capital intensive investments and expansion plans. The improved quality and diversity of African bonds, along with favourable yelds, macroeconomic growth and relative political stability, have attracted international investors’ appetite for Africa’s growingly profitable financial markets.Find out more →
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