The 2018 Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank Group will be held on May 21-25, 2018 in Busan, Korea. Find out more
Jointly organized by the African Development Bank (AfDB), the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) and the Lancaster University Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business, this invitation-only event will launch the concept of an Adaptation Benefit Mechanism – a transparent and efficient results-based mechanism to support adaptation to climate change, will be held at The Work Foundation, Trafalgar Square, from 9:00-13:30, Tuesday, April 11, 2017.
The 7th Africa Public Private Partnership (APPP) Conference and Showcase will be a three-day infrastructure meeting, focused on promoting infrastructure development and stronger PPP practices and partnerships in Africa.
African Development Bank President Donald Kaberuka on 15 July 2013 attended a pre-G8 summit in London, where he called for fair and transparent taxes on African mineral resources.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group will take part in the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA)’s Third International Parliamentary Conference on Climate Change (IPCCC), scheduled from 12-16 July, 2010 in London.
The conference aims at enabling African institutions, donors, investors, businesspeople and other stakeholders figure out how to work together in a more effective manner with a view to maintaining momentum in efforts at attaining greater regional integration in Africa.
The Bank organized its first “dealer event” in London on January 20, 2010, reflecting its increased borrowing activities on the capital markets. The purpose of the event was to appraise the investment banking community of AfDB’s funding strategy and requirements for 2010 and raise the Bank's profile in the capital markets.
How are prospects for prosperous and stable societies in Africa impacted by perceptions of risk among international investors? How can risk in the economic, social and political fields be reduced? How can a stable investment climate be created to attract inward investment in sub-Saharan Africa? What risk, such as consequences of elections and competition for power, need to be taken into account?