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2016 Investment Exchanges announced

RSA House

We are pleased to announce CbI Meetings' 2016 programme of infrastructure Investment Exchanges.

28-29 April: Africa Investment Exchange: Gas, London

9-10 June: Africa Investment Exchange: Transport & Infrastructure, London

29-30 September: MENA Investment Exchange: Energy, London

17-18 November: Africa Investment Exchange: Power & Renewables, London

 

All exchanges are:

•    Held under the Chatham House Rule
•    Structured panel-led discussions and roundtables.
•    Concluded with Africa Hardball – a political risk strategy round table, which examines issues including the capacity of governments to deliver on projects.
•     Hosted at RSA House, the Royal Society of Arts’ historic headquarters in London, an ideal venue for networking, with good breakout spaces and rooms for private meetings.

In 2015 our meetings attracted sponsorship and support from Actis, DLA Piper, FMO, Globeleq, InfraCo Africa, Power Africa, the Business Concil for Africa and the US Chamber of Commerce.

For more information about the 2016 Exchanges or to discuss participartion and sponsorship, please contact:

Nick Carn
Tel: +44 (0)1424 721667
Email: nick@cbi-research.com

 

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