14 - 15 March 2023
Cape Town International Convention Centre

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CPD Certified

860+
Senior Capital Markets Attendees
70+
Industry Expert Speakers
50%
Public & Private Issuers & Borrowers

WELCOME TO BONDS, LOANS & ESG CAPITAL MARKETS AFRICA 2023

14TH & 15TH MARCH | CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE

"The continent's only pan-African debt event"


Are you active in Africa's capital markets? Do you want to expand your business in this space?

We are the no. 1 business meetings facilitator for Africa's capital markets. This is Africa's largest and most senior corporate & investment banking event. This is the annual meeting place for senior decision-makers from Africa's capital markets community. This in-person event will bring together 860+ leading governments, corporates, investors, banks, law firms, regulators and service providers in 1 location, and feature 70+ expert speakers.

Attendees use this unique pan-regional gathering of Africa's capital markets leaders to re-connect with existing clients, build strong business relations with prospects and hear the market's financial leaders speak on how they are navigating the current economic climate/share their expectations for the year ahead.

ENQUIRIES: email Marketing@GFCMediaGroup.com

This event is CPD Certified.

HOW DO WE DELIVER A HIGH ROI FOR ATTENDEES?


MEETINGS & NETWORKING


WE ARE THE NO. 1 BUSINESS MEETINGS FACILITATOR IN AFRICA'S CAPITAL MARKETS


  • No other event will gather senior decision-makers from all of your key capital markets clients & prospects together in 1 location, so that you can host countless meetings to accelerate deals/win new business in 1 place.
  • No other event will deliver as many high-quality business connections as a result of just 2 days out of the office. We attract the most important local & international stakeholders from across Africa so that you can expand business in these markets without the usual time and travel costs.

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EXPERT MARKET INSIGHTS:


The continent's only pan-African debt event is also complemented by an agenda of expert market insights provided by 70+ industry leading speakers, allowing attendees to hear how the continent's local & international financial leaders are navigating the current economic climate/share expectations for the future and benchmark.

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WE ARE THE ONLY EVENT TO:


  • Bring public & private buyers & sellers together to conduct business, sign deals and shape future financing strategies


  • Deliver deal-driven content from regional & international market players


  • Focus on ESG content and attract senior ESG decision-makers to drive sustainable finance across the continent
  • Provide a bird's eye view of the pan-African market for the local and international community

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BENEFITS OF ATTENDING:

  1. PRE-ARRANGE MEETINGS: use the Bonds & Loans online platform to pre-arrange meetings with other attendees who have created accounts. A link to the online networking platform will be shared with attendees in the weeks prior to the event

  2. NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES: access 860+ of Africa's leading regional & international sovereigns, corporates, investors, banks, law firms & service providers in 1 location at 1 time (40+ countries represented)

  3. ACCELERATE DEALS: senior decision-makers (86% director-level or above) from your capital markets clients attend to move deals along and institutionalise relationships with partners

  4. WIN NEW BUSINESS: your prospects proactively seek out new business partners at the event (50+ new business contacts made per attendee)

  5. GAIN EXPERT MARKET INSIGHTS: understand how market leaders are dealing with inflation & its impact on Africa's capital markets
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2023 AGENDA

14th March 2023

08:50

Chairperson’s opening remarks

Speaker

Head of Debt, Africa Regional Operations

Session ends: 09:00
09:00

Keynote Presentation

Speaker

Chairperson & Independent Non-Executive Director

Session ends: 09:20
09:20

Ministers Fireside Chat: Plans to support growth and infrastructure investment in 2023

Speakers

Minister

Deputy Minister of Finance

Session ends: 09:55
09:55

Macroeconomic outlook for the African continent: How is rising inflation, interest rates and a stronger dollar going to impact growth and investment?

  • North, South, East, West: Which countries have performed best? Which countries are likely to outperform in 2023?
  • What impact is rising inflation, interest rates and FX having on Africa countries’ finances? What does the “new normal” look like?
  • Where are global energy prices set to stabilise? Who in Africa wins? Who loses?
  • Geopolitics, disrupted supply chains and ratings: What is the outlook for the African economy and financial markets?

Moderator

Sub-Saharan Economist

Speakers

Chief Executive Officer, Rwanda

Board Member & Head of Global Markets

Economist

Finance Director – BU South-East Africa

Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Emerging Markets Debt

Session ends: 10:40
10:40

Raising capital in 2023: How are sovereigns, supras and agencies planning to tap the markets in the new environment?

  • Public finances, fiscal and monetary: What are sovereigns’ strategies to balance prudent financial management while also supporting GDP growth?
  • Investment vs. debt management: How much and where are sovereigns planning to raise? How much and where will they invest? What will their approach be towards the capital markets?
  • How will sovereigns manage FX, interest rate and commodity risk?
  • Bonds vs. loans, hard vs. local currency: What is the new cost of capital?
  • Supporting SOEs: How are sovereigns partnering with local banks to develop lower cost financing alternatives and opportunities for SOEs?

Moderator

Principal: Debt Capital Markets

Speakers

Senior Director, Head of Treasury & Financial Institutions

Chairman and Group CEO

Chief Operating Officer

Director for Africa, Emerging Markets

Secretary of State for Finance and Treasury

Session ends: 11:25
11:25

Coffee and networking break

Session ends: 12:00
12:00

The price is (not) right: How are corporates and FI borrowers and issuers managing their balance sheets given the increased cost of funding?

  • What is the new cost of borrowing for corporates and FIs? Which markets are open? How much are investors and lenders looking to extend?
  • How are corporates changing their financing strategies given limited access to international markets? Are local currency deals the next best thing?
  • Enter DFIs, multilaterals and ECAs: How much can borrowers and issuers raise in these markets? At what price and on what terms?
  • Reaping the rewards of conservative treasury management during COVID-19: How have companies’ financing strategies differed? Are some looking at more sophisticated financing instruments? What are they?

Moderator

Vice President and Head, Corporate Funding

Speakers

Senior Director - Origination, Investment Banking

Head of Financial Institutions & Syndication,

Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer

Executive, Treasury

Managing Director, Co-Head of European Corporate and CEEMEA DCM

Session ends: 12:45
12:45

Rehabilitating the African debt capital markets: How to trigger the return of international bond investors to the continent

  • Today, not yesterday, maybe tomorrow: What is the price of capital today vs. a year ago? Where do investors expect bond pricing to hit an equilibrium in the short/medium term?
  • Bridging the gap between real risk and perceived risk: How do investors view the continent vs. other Emerging Markets? What is their risk-adjusted view of African credit?
  • Post-COVID and global market volatility: What is holding investors back from diving back into the African bond markets?
  • What could, and should, sovereign, corporate and FI issuers be doing to re-rally favour amongst the international investor community?
  • Beyond SA for SA: Which markets are South Africa-based investors buying into? Is now a buying opportunity for investors willing and able to navigate the local credit markets?

Moderator

Managing Director

Speakers

Senior Underwriter

Head of Debt Capital Markets, Investment Banking

Manager Syndication and Co-Financing Division

Head of CEE & Africa Debt Capital Markets

Portfolio Manager, EM Distressed

Director, Debt Capital Markets

Session ends: 13:35
13:35

Networking lunch sponsored by MUFG

Session ends: 14:35
14:35

Chairperson’s remarks

Speaker

Head: Corporate Client Group

Session ends: 14:40
14:40

Underwriting and syndicating loans in 2023: Balancing structure with liquidity and price

  • Which banks are lending? Who is underwriting? Who is attracting new investment into deals?
  • International banks, regional banks, local banks, and banks from other regions: How can borrowers work with banks to maximise the liquidity coming into deals?
  • Where do banks see opportunities in the market? Which geographies, sectors and deal structures are underwriters and syndicators looking at/for?
  • Pricing and margins: What is the cost of borrowing today? What are borrower expectations?

Moderator

Managing Director, Co-Head of Corporate Origination, Loan Capital Markets, EMEA

Speakers

Head of International Banking

Director, EMEA Loans & Leverage Finance

Head of Syndication and Distribution: London

Loan Solutions and Syndications

Group Executive: Treasury

Head: Loan Capital Market Solutions

Session ends: 15:30
15:30

Reprofiling Africa’s debt: How to successfully refinance and restructure bonds and loans in volatile times

  • Running towards the brick wall of refinancing: What are borrowers’ facing pending repayment options to refinance?
  • Refinance, restructure: How borrowers can re-emerge with stronger capital structures by working with advisors to reprofile their debt
  • When to start working on refinancing, who to work with, how to structure, what to be aiming for?
  • Case studies: What success looks like

Moderator

Senior Investment Banker, Special Asset Management

Speakers

Executive Strategic Finance and Treasury

Chief Finance Officer

Vice President, Structured Product Solutions

Co-Head: Debt & Trade Solutions Africa

Portfolio Manager

Session ends: 16:15
16:15

Building resilience in an era of volatility: Unpacking the evolution of the banking sector in Africa

  • Peeking under the hood: How robust are African bank balance sheets? How is a rising cost of funding impacting business?
  • How are banks optimising their balance sheets via risk mitigation tools whilst managing demand fluctuations?
  • FLAC 101: What is it? How to be FLAC-compliant?
  • What impact: How are non-bank financial institutions (such as microfinanciers) playing a role in the continent’s banking sector? How are they funding themselves?
  • Are banks and financial institutions securitising their assets? If not, why not?

Speakers

Group Head of Ratings

Director - Financial Institutions Africa

Head: Portfolio Management, Investment Banking

Managing Director, Global Head of Strategic Solutions Group

Portfolio Manager

Group Head- Financial Institutions and International Organisations

Session ends: 17:00
17:00

Chairperson’s closing remarks followed by networking drinks reception

Speaker

Head: Corporate Client Group

Session ends: 17:05

15th March 2023

08:55

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Speaker

Head: Sustainable Finance Solutions

Session ends: 09:00
09:00

An update on the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement: What is being done (and still needs to be done) to develop cross-border trade in Africa?

  • What are their short, medium and long-term operational goals? What timelines have been put in place?
  • What are the predicted economic, social and environmental benefits of the AfCFTA across the continent?
  • How is the AfCFTA continuing to work with existing regional trade areas, whilst overcoming challenges in others?

Speakers

Chief Executive Officer

Executive Vice President

Session ends: 09:30
09:30

The first steps towards consolidation of ESG regulations in Africa; what are the market standards that need to be prioritised and adopted?

  • Mind the gap: How are regulators and other market players looking to close the vast knowledge gap across the continent when it comes to ESG?
  • Which policies should be tackled first, and how does this translate into a company’s focus on KPIs?
  • Despite a lack of standardisation, how are companies still able to implement facets ESG into their operations?
  • What does the increase in ESG regulations mean for banks and borrowers/issuers?

Moderator

Managing Director - Regional Manager Africa

Speakers

Director Sustainable Business and Social Impact

Head of IBD Sustainable Finance

Head of Alternative Strategies

Session ends: 10:15
10:15

Greening Africa’s syndicated loan markets: How are banks adapting their portfolios and approach to underwriting in-line with ESG principles?

  • How are banks changing the way they lend to clients in-line with their rapidly shifting ESG policies?
  • How are banks measuring and managing their loan portfolios and how much their portfolios are emitting?
  • Oil, gas, metals, mining: How can banks work with key clients to continue to support their commercial activities while hitting their internal ESG targets?
  • A choice or another part of structuring loans: Are Sustainability-linked loans a choice or is the market heading towards sustainability-linked KPIs being structured into all new money loan deals?

Moderator

Head Investment Banking, Western Cape

Speakers

Sustainable Finance Director

Head of Loan Syndicate Africa

Head of Infrastructure Debt

Session ends: 11:00
11:00

Business opportunities for Africa: Leveraging social and economic benefits from the ESG transition

  • How can Africa influence and take the lead in unlocking ESG business opportunities? How will these opportunities develop over the coming 12 – 18 months?
  • What can African nations do to lead and take advantage of the ESG transition?
  • How can issuers benefit from prioritising sustainable financing and what can pan-African and international banks so to support their transition?

Speaker

Managing Director and Head of EMEA ESG

Session ends: 11:15
11:15

Coffee and networking break

Session ends: 11:45
11:45

Structure, liquidity, and greenwashing: How to sustainably tap into SDG-linked bonds

  • Pricing and liquidity trends for SDG bonds: How much more can you raise and how much tighter can you price?
  • Greenwashing and perceived greenwashing: What KPIs fall into the investors’ spectrum of ESG? What considerations are investors making when looking at these deals? What boxes do they need to tick?
  • SDG-linked instruments from a corporate’s perspective: How should a corporate think about ESG linked financings in comparison to traditional funding options?
  • Paving the way with social bonds and gender bonds: What can be taken from first-of-a-kind social and gender bonds and applied to ESG and SDG bonds issued in other sectors and industries?
  • Green vs. ESG vs. SDG-linked bonds: How do the structures differ? How much more Green/ESG liquidity comes into each type of deal? What should borrowers and issuers be aware of when looking to issue Green, ESG or SDG-linked instruments?

Speakers

Head of Sustainable Finance

Head of Corporate Finance

Managing Director, Head of Sustainable Bonds, EMEA & Americas

Head of Strategic Investments & Funding

Founder & President

Chief Financial Officer

Session ends: 12:30
12:30

An introduction to the green hydrogen market: Fundamentals, market players and how these tie into capital markets

Speaker

Special Advisor to the CEO

Session ends: 12:50
12:50

Mining under the microscope: Moving the needle on how commodity-focussed countries and industries approach ESG and successful transition

  • How are mining houses successfully incorporating renewable energy into their operations?
  • What role is Clean Tech playing in aiding the transition towards ESG-compliancy? How does this work in reality?
  • Which financing instruments are preferred in order to diversify funding?
  • How are mining houses prioritising E, S and G when it comes to their operations?
  • Is collaboration the key? A closer look at how mining houses are working with private sector companies to accelerate the decarbonisation process

Speakers

Executive Director, Debt Capital Markets Regional Head

Managing Principal, Coverage Head: Resources and Energy

Principal: Sustainable Finance Solutions

CFO: Treasury

Session ends: 13:35
13:35

Financing social infrastructure: How to successfully structure PPP on the African continent

  • PPPs as the shining light: How can deals be structured to support Africa’s social infrastructure projects?
  • Which social infrastructure projects are banks and DFIs comfortable with already? Which sectors do they find “un-bankable”?
  • How does PPP speed-up project timelines and development? How do deals promote private sector involvement?
  • Healthcare infrastructure vs. healthcare capabilities: How can the sector be better integrated and coordinated to ensure safeguarding for the future? What can banks and investors support?
  • Impact of rising interest rates on affordable housing: What solutions?
  • Sector-specific priorities: Which projects are taking precedence given the current economic backdrop across the continent (and beyond)? How are these projects progressing?

Speakers

Executive: Energy and Infrastructure, Investment Banking

Treasury Manager

Investment Director

Chief Executive Officer

Regional Director Southern Africa and Indian Ocean

Head: Social, Health & Education

Session ends: 14:15
14:15

Chairperson’s closing remarks followed by networking lunch sponsored by MUFG and close of event

Speaker

Head: Sustainable Finance Solutions

Session ends: 14:20

WHY DOES YOUR INDUSTRY PARTICIPATE?

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Financial Services

  • To grow their deal pipeline with clients from across the continent
  • To meet Heads of DCM/Syndication/Origination/Coverage from the continent’s most active FIs and DFIs
  • To institutionalise relationships and grow their revenue with existing clients
  • To meet CFOs/CEOs/Heads of Treasury from the continent’s most active blue chip and mid-market corporates
  • To meet with National Treasuries and Heads of Debts from the continent’s sovereign market
  • To return to the office with high quality new business contacts and leads
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Regional Banks/DFIs

  • To host Non-Deal Roadshow style meetings with Africa’s most active international investors, banks & DFIs in order to grow their lending and distribution capacity
  • To meet the issuers and borrowers from across the continent in one trip
  • To develop investor relations and effectively communicate their bank’s highlights/investment propositions to appropriate, senior decision-makers that otherwise would not have been easily accessible or in one place at one time
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International Banks/DFIs

  • To meet the most credible and reputable private and public issuers and borrowers from across the continent
  • To accelerate deals with current partners
  • To establish high-quality business connections with prospects
  • To connect with multinational corporates interested in establishing/growing operations in their geographies
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Regional Law Firms

  • To stand out from competitors and ensure that they are viewed as the top law firm in their geography
  • To hold meetings with international law firms who can bring them in as regional law firm partners on deals
  • To meet senior decision-makers from key local and international corporates, sovereigns, investors and banks with relevance to their deals in one location
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International Law Firms

    • To promote their firm and ensure that they are viewed as the top international law firm partner by regional law firms working on important deals across Africa’s capital markets
    • To win new business from their key target markets
    • To institutionalise relationships and grow their revenue with existing clients
    • To meet senior decision-makers from key local and international corporates, sovereigns, investors, banks & regional law firms in one location
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Corporates

  • To conduct face-to-face meetings with local and international FIs active across Africa in one place, to discuss upcoming transactions and future financing strategies
  • To hear from and meet with other issuers and borrowers from across the continent, sharing knowledge and experiences
  • To find out how others are managing market volatility for the next 12–18 months
  • To meet with potential and existing lenders and advisors
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Sovereigns

  • To conduct face-to-face meetings with local and international FIs active across Africa in one place, to discuss upcoming transactions and possible financing strategies
  • To meet with government contemporaries to share strategies for the upcoming 12-18 months
  • To meet with local and international investors to discuss financing strategies and upcoming transactions
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Investors

  • To conduct 1-2-1 meetings with senior decision-makers from African corporates, governments and financial institutions in one place
  • To hear from and meet with other local and international investors active across the continent

COMPANIES THAT PARTICIPATED IN 2022:


  • 27 Four Investment Managers
  • ABCO Bourse
  • Absa
  • Access Bank
  • Acorn Holdings Africa
  • AD Global Investors Limited
  • Addendum Financial Technologies
  • Afena Capital
  • Africa Data Centres
  • Africa Finance Corporation
  • Africa Islamic Economic Foundation (AFRIEF)
  • Africa Link Capital
  • Africa Rising Capital
  • Africa Specialty Risks Ltd
  • African Bank
  • African Development Bank
  • African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank)
  • African Industries Group
  • African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM)
  • African Trade Insurance Agency


  • Ahizone Resources
  • Airports Company South Africa
  • Akin Gump Strauss Hauer and Feld
  • Allan Gray Investment Management
  • Aluwani Capital Partners
  • American Tower Corporation
  • Amundi Asset Management
  • Apparel Group
  • Argentil Capital Partners
  • Arise
  • Ashburton
  • ASISA
  • Autonomous Port of Dakar
  • Autus Securities
  • Axian Group
  • Axxela Limited
  • B B Energy DMCC
  • Baker & Mckenzie
  • BancTrust and Co. Investment Bank
  • Bank of Africa UK
  • Bank of China
  • Bank of Industry
  • Bank of Uganda
  • Bank One Limited
  • Barloworld
  • Bayport Management Ltd
  • BIHL
  • Black Star Group
  • Black Stars Investments (BSI)
  • Blue Mountain Inn
  • BlueOrchard Finance
  • BofA Securities
  • Botswana Housing Corporation
  • Botswana Insurance Fund Management (BIFM)
  • Botswana Motor Vehicle Accident Fund
  • Botswana Savings Bank
  • Bowmans
  • BUA Cement
  • BUA International Nigeria
  • Canadian Solar
  • Cape Berkshire Asset Management
  • Capitaltrust Investment & Asset Management
  • Carius Krueger and Partners
  • Catalis
  • CDC Group
  • CDP
  • Centrafin
  • Central Bank of Eswatini
  • Centum Investment
  • CGF Bourse
  • Chic Shak Design
  • Citi
  • City of Cape Town
  • City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality
  • City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality
  • Clifford Chance
  • Clyde & Company
  • Commerzbank
  • Congo Airways
  • Connect Earth
  • CRDB Bank Tanzania
  • Credit Europe Bank
  • Credit Suisse
  • Daimler
  • Dangote Group
  • Debswana
  • Debt Management Office, Nigeria
  • DEG Invest
  • Dentons
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Development Bank of Namibia
  • Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA)
  • Dhow Kimura
  • Dubai Islamic Bank
  • Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank
  • Ecobank - The Pan African Bank
  • Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs (ENS)
  • Embassy of Spain
  • Emerging Markets Investors Alliance
  • Emso Asset Management
  • Equites Property Fund Limited
  • Eskom
  • Eskom Finance Company SOC
  • ETG World
  • eThekwini Municipality
  • Ethos Mezzanine Partners
  • European Investment Bank (EIB)
  • Exxaro Resources
  • Federated Hermes
  • Fencas Real Estate Development Company
  • FIMCO
  • FirstRand Bank
  • Fitch Ratings
  • Fitch Solutions
  • FMO
  • Foschini Group
  • Futuregrowth Asset Management
  • Gauteng Department of Economic Development
  • Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency (GIFA)
  • Gauteng Infrastrucuture Financing Agency
  • GCR Ratings
  • GE Capital Markets
  • GE Healthcare
  • Ghana International Bank
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Government of Kaduna State
  • Granate Asset Management
  • GroCapital Holdings
  • GrowthPoint Properties
  • GuarantCo
  • Harmony Gold
  • Harvest Asset Management
  • Helios Investment Partners
  • HSBC
  • Hyprop
  • ICBC Standard Bank
  • Ignatius Ajuru University of Education (IAUE)
  • IHS Towers
  • Impaxis Securities
  • Imperial Logistics
  • Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) of South Africa
  • International Finance Corporation (IFC)
  • Intesa Sanpaolo
  • Investec Bank
  • Invictus Capital & Finance
  • Izwe Africa
  • Johannesburg Stock Exchange
  • JP Morgan
  • Kairos Capital
  • Kendal Investment Partners
  • KF Titrisation
  • KfW IPEX Bank
  • Khanyisa Impact Investment Fund
  • KSM2G Professionals
  • Laurium Capital
  • LEAP
  • Letlole La Rona Limited
  • Letshego Holdings
  • Liberty Group
  • Lion's Head Global Partners
  • Liquid Intelligent Technologies
  • Loukil Investment Group
  • LUMIERE G INTERNATIONAL LTD
  • Lusaka Securities Exchange
  • M&G Investments
  • Maitland Trust
  • Marsh
  • Mashreqbank
  • Matha Capital
  • Mauritius Commercial Bank
  • MawereSibanda Commercial Lawyers
  • Mazi Capital
  • Mergence Investment Managers
  • Michiah Enterprises
  • MIGA
  • Miller Insurance Services
  • Ministère du Développement, de l'Economie et des Finances, Benin
  • Ministry of Finance - Tanzania
  • Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Tanzania
  • Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Sierra Leone
  • Ministry of Finance, Angola
  • Ministry of Finance, Cameroon
  • Ministry of Finance, Guinée Bissau
  • Ministry of Finance, Senegal
  • Mizuho Bank
  • M-Kopa Solar
  • MMI Holdings
  • Momentum Metropolitan Holdings
  • Moore Debt Advisory
  • Moove
  • Moove Africa
  • Motus Holdings Ltd
  • MTN Group
  • MUFG
  • National Treasury, Kenya
  • National Treasury, Republic of South Africa
  • Natixis
  • Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking
  • Ninety One
  • Norsad Capital
  • NPF Pensions
  • Nthane Brothers
  • Nuveen Investments
  • Oasis Crescent
  • Old Mutual Alternative Investments
  • Old Mutual Finance
  • Old Mutual Investment Group
  • Old Mutual Specialised Finance
  • Pangaea Securities
  • Pareto Limited
  • Pent Asset and Wealth Management
  • Petrosa
  • Powerhouse International
  • Prescient
  • Price Forbes & Partners Ltd
  • Proparco
  • Quadridge Trust Services (Pty Ltd)
  • Radiant Insurance
  • Rand Merchant Bank
  • Rand Water
  • RAWSUR SA, RDC
  • Raymond James Financial
  • RDC Properties South Africa (Pty) Ltd
  • Red Sea National Refinery and Petrochemicals Company
  • responsAbility
  • Retail Capital
  • Rho Capital
  • S&P Global
  • SA Home Loans
  • SA Taxi Finance
  • Sanlam
  • Sanlam Capital Markets
  • Sanlam Investments
  • SANParks
  • Sappi
  • Saudi Aramco
  • SBM Bank (Mauritius)
  • Scania
  • Select Africa
  • Senelec
  • SGI Hudson & CIE
  • SMBC
  • SMBC Nikko Capital Markets
  • Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA) of South Africa
  • Societe Generale
  • SoluSoft Limited
  • Sonangol
  • South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL)
  • South African Reserve Bank
  • Southchester Investment Managers
  • Sovereign Risk Insurance
  • Stanbic Bank
  • Stanbic IBTC
  • Stanbic IBTC Capital
  • Standard Bank
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Standard Investment Bank
  • Stanlib
  • Stanlib Asset Management
  • State Bank of India
  • Stonehage Fleming Corporate Services
  • Stronghold Global Finance
  • Symbiotics ICS
  • Taquanta Asset Managers
  • Telecel group
  • Telecom Egypt
  • Telkom
  • Terebinth Capital
  • Texel Finance
  • The Autonomous Sinking Fund, Cameroon
  • The Bidvest Group
  • Thelo
  • TMF Group
  • Toyota Financial Services
  • Trade and Development Bank – TDB
  • Trans Caledon Tunnel Authority
  • Transaction Capital
  • Transaction Capital Recoveries
  • Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority (TCTA)
  • Transnamib Holdings Limited
  • Transnet SOC
  • Truworths International
  • TUHF Ltd
  • Tysers
  • U Can Grow Africa
  • U.S. International Development Finance Corporation
  • UK Export Finance
  • UMK
  • UMOA - Titres
  • Verdant Capital
  • Vodacom Group
  • Webber Wentzel
  • West Africa Rating Agency - WARA
  • Western Cape Government
  • White & Case
  • Wilmar
  • Woolworths Holdings
  • World Bank Group
  • World Economic Forum
  • WSP
  • Yapi Merkezi
  • Zambezi River Authority

ACCOMODATION:

There are rooms available at The Westin Hotel, which is a four minute walk from Cape Town International Convention Centre (event venue).

If you’d like to enquire about rates and availability, please contact Tracey Nayran on tracey.naryan@westin.com.

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