The AFSIC 2022 conference in London featured 1,258 delegates (nearly 600 from Africa, 659 from the rest of the world) and 341 speakers across two days of meetings on 10 -11 October 2022. People came from 68 countries, including from 32 African countries. According to the breakdown there were 560 business leaders, 330 investors, and 191 representatives of financial companies.
A total of 3,214 meetings were scheduled through the meeting apps and other networking opportunities. AFSIC offers a range of investment opportunities through its AFSIC African Investments dashboard, which profiled 92 companies and listed $4 billion of investment opportunities including investment funds, agriculture, education, renewable energy and logistics.
The premier and lead sponsors were FSD Africa and UK Aid, Moody’s Investor Service, FCMB Bank, Divercity urban property fund, Executives in Africa, Skaleet core banking platform and Mangwana Opportunities investment advisory and private equity. They were among 52 conference sponsors which featured leading African and global banks, development finance institutions, funds and service providers.
The full report of the AFSIC 2022 conference can be downloaded from the AFSIC website here.
Next year’s conference AFSIC 2023 will be in London on 9-10 October at Park Plaza hotel, Westminster Bridge, London. To register or be a speaker, go to the AFSIC website.