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African Development Bank’s African Financial Markets Initiative to hold workshop on domestic bonds and capital markets development11-nov-2019 - Who: The African Development Bank’s African Financial Markets Initiative What: Workshop on local currency bonds and capital markets development Where: Intercontinental Addis Hotel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia When: 19th to 21st November 2019 The African Development Bank’s African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) will be hosting its 8th annual workshop on local currency bonds and capital markets development from 19th to 21st November 2019 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
African Development Bank to launch 2019 Electricity Regulatory Index and first Tariff Report at Africa Investment Forum11-nov-2019 - What: Launch of 2019 Electricity Regulatory Index and first Tariff Report When: Wednesday, 13 November 2019, 9:00 am – 10:30 am Where: Sandton Convention Center, Johannesburg, South Africa (Session Room 1) Who: Wale Shonibare, Acting Vice President, Power, Energy, Climate & Green Growth Complex, African Development Bank ; Richard Nelson, Deputy Coordinator, Power Africa ; Professor Perez-Arriaga Jose Ignacio, Florence School of Regulation.
2019 Africa Investment Forum kicks off delivering on the promise to redefine and unpack the continent’s investment opportunities11-nov-2019 - $500 million equity closed for the Africa Infrastructure Investment Fund to speed up investments in agriculture Financial close for the Africa Guarantee Fund $175 Equity transaction to support Small and Medium Size Enterprises, and $350 million for South Africa’s beef agro-processing project The 2019 Africa Investment Forum opened on Monday living up to its promise to move from commitment to action.
11-nov-2019 - Pour la première fois, les Africains peuvent voyager en moyenne, vers plus de 27 pays sans visa ou avec un visa à leur arrivée. L'Éthiopie réalise un bond record de 32 places dans l'indice et entre dans le top 20 des pays les plus ouverts aux visas en Afrique.
11-nov-2019 - The Africa Investment Forum is making phenomenal progress in attracting interest from all over the world since launching at the Sandton Convention Centre last year. The value of boardroom transactions which will be negotiated this year will be considerably higher compared to $43bn in 2018. A hundred and nine countries are represented at this year’s conference, 61 of which are not African, indicating growing international interest in the annual gathering.