The Financial Times African Infrastructure Summit

Economy

Event

10 Mar 2015
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Africa’s continuing economic and social development is encouraging investors to expand their portfolios in the continent. However, there remains a pressing need for greater investment in infrastructure, especially power. The continent is attracting billions of dollars in finance from corporations, multi-lateral organisations, pension funds and private equity firms; funds which have the potential to enhance Africa’s productivity and transform the lives of its citizens.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Imad Ahmed, Special Policy Advisor on Large Investments, Rwanda Ministry of Finance
  • Tas Anvaripour, CEO, Africa50
  • Solomon Asamoah, Vice President, Infrastructure, Private Sector and Regional Integration, African Development Bank
  • Francisco H G Ferreira, Chief Economist, Africa Region, The World Bank
  • HH Sheikh Maktoum Hasher Al Maktoum
  • James Kynge, Emerging Markets Editor, Financial Times
  • Solomon Mugera, Africa Editor, BBC
  • Diana Noble, Chief Executive Officer, CDC Group
  • Nonnie Wanjihia, Director, East Africa Venture Capital Association
  • Jonathan Wheatley, Deputy Emerging Markets Editor, Financial Times

10% discount is available to Oxford Business Group subscribers. Please quote the code OBG10 when registering online.

To register, please visit the website: 

www.ft-live.com/africaninfrastructure    

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