Taught by leading academics and practitioners associated with Oxford Saïd and the wider University of Oxford in partnership with EBII, this executive programme includes modules on public and private investments, sustainable investments, digital finance, governance, and risk management.
Cohort starting January 2022
‘The African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) poses new sets of challenges for investors and organisations seeking to invest on the African continent. Governments need to improve their markets and business environments to attract investors while foreign investors need tools and resources to make the right decisions.
Our job at the EBII Group is to make these decisions easier for both governments, institutions and individual investors through our advisory services, events and educational programmes as part of the recently launched Africa Compliance Hub.
We are delighted to partner with Saïd Business School at the world-class University of Oxford, not only to tackle today’s business challenges, but to set out a brighter future for financial services in Africa through the Africa Series Executive Programme.’
CEO, EBII Group
This module will address how sustainable investments and technological advances have the potential to complement and accelerate Africa’s development and crowd-in private sector capital.
In this module, participants will develop skills to identify how equity and debt capital can finance Africa’s exceptional growth over the long term, as well as identifying the technical skills that can support entrepreneurs on their growth path.
This module will position participants with the strategic tools to attract and manage capital inflows in a sustainable way.
This module aims to understand the linkages between strategic planning, capital allocation, good governance and risk management.
The summit is a call to action for African political leaders, policymakers, regulatory authorities, leading bilateral/multilateral development finance institutions; private equity and impact investments funds; banks and other financial institutions to come together reflect on these issues, and share their insights on the prospects of ESG and financial crime compliance in supporting growth and development of the African continent.
Our annual summit creates the opportunity for African institutions, regulatory bodies and governments to reposition firmly as vanguards of the policy environment and, in so doing, purposefully change the narratives around investment risk in Africa.
This is an opportunity for our attendees to access African expertise and gain clarity on investment risks and mitigations of the African markets.