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AFSIC and RiA cordially invite you to join in discussions on the way forward for investment in Africa.

What to expect from the summit?

Since its inception eight years ago, AFSIC is fast becoming one of the major conduits of investment into Africa and delegates can participate in the origination and completion of real investment transactions across Africa. The agenda is specifically investment focused, and predominantly comprises presentations by several of the most experienced and successful asset management firms investing in Africa, as well as business leaders running some of Africa’s most exciting growth companies with focussed streams highlighting investment opportunities in Fintech, Financial Services, Infrastructure, Energy, Education, Agriculture and Real Estate.

The dynamic conference will be attended by many of the most important global investors into Africa and delegates will be able to attend structured presentation sessions complemented by an array of networking events, business match-making meetings, workshops and country focussed sessions, offering multiple opportunities to network and develop strong business relationships with investors, financial intermediaries and African business leaders.

Please do note that early bird ticket options close at the end of January. To take advantage of RiA 5% discount, do make sure to use the Promotional Code AFSIC5MN.

Register and learn more via the link provided.

Date
5 May – 7 May
Cost
From £895.00
Location
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London
Website
https://www.afsic.net/delegate-registration
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