Meet the speakers for the African Securities Exchange Association (ASEA) conference due on 24-25 November. To register, just click http://www.aseaconference.ma/ .
Africa’s bond market gurus meet in Livingstone, Zambia, on 29 October, to discuss trends and developments in the local currency bond markets. The 3 day gathering is organized by the African Financial Markets Initiative AFMI, which highlights African Development Bank’s leading role to develop Africa’s domestic local currency bond markets, establish best practices and document lessons.
Leaders and movers of African capital markets are heading to Casablanca for the 6th Building African Financial Markets (BAFM) capacity-building seminar on 18-19 May, organized by Casablanca Stock Exchange with the African Securities Exchanges Association.
Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) and the African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA) will host the 20th Annual ASEA Conference in Kigali, Rwanda on 27-29 November, the flagship event for Africa’s capital markets.
What a night – the gala dinner of the Private Equity Africa 2016 awards in their 5th year. A full day conference charted the changes with sessions on new structures for private equity funds, the rise of stock exchange IPOs as exits, specialized agriculture, healthcare and other funds and many more topics for 2016.
SuperReturn Africa, the leading African private equity conference, returns Dec 2014, bringing together more than 500 equity professionals, 150 of the most powerful private-equity practitioners and 130 top industry speakers.
Top speakers including Government leaders, policy-makers, bankers, investors and experts will debate the future of Africa’s debt capital markets on Monday 30 June at the London Stock Exchange for African Debt Capital Markets ADCM 2014 conference organized by African Banker magazine.
International Financial Law Review (IFLR) Africa Forum on 20 May to focus on innovative financing and M&A for resource and infrastructure investment.
Two leading securities exchange experts are offering a free masterclass in funding sources for capital markets development in New York on 9-10 April. They will overview funding sources and how to apply for projects for securities exchanges, securities regulators and clearing and settlement.
This Thursday is the African Debt Capital Markets Summit 2013, at Bloomberg in London, organized by IC Publications. The conference brings top international speakers including a minister and a central bank governor on topics such as developing and deepening Africa’s debt markets and institutional changes needed.
Xavier Rolet, Chief Executive of the London Stock Exchange, will be celebrating the rise and rise of African fixed interest on Monday 2 July, when he opens the 2nd Africa Debt Capital Markets Summit at the LSE.