Accelerating Securitization in Africa: The Benefits of Investing in Securitization Transactions

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Accelerating Securitization in Africa: The Benefits of Investing in Securitization Transactions

Accelerating Securitization in Africa: The Benefits of Investing in Securitization Transactions

Thursday, September 10, 2020

Securitization is increasingly seen as critical to mobilizing private capital to finance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Transactions can be structured to meet the risk/return profiles that investors want, and small borrowings can be aggregated and pooled to create large-sized investment opportunities. Securitization is underdeveloped in much of Africa, as in most emerging market countries, but can play a potentially large role in helping African countries meet their significant SDG financing goals.

In this webinar, a panel of leaders in the African financial space, as well as experts on global markets, will discuss the issues facing securitization in Africa.
 

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Speakers and Panelists

Oliveri Gui
CEO, Africa Link Capital Titrisation

James Nelson
Managing Director, DCM Africa | Standard Chartered Bank

Irene Gathiaka
Director-Africa | Total Impact Capital

Grace Kibuthu
Financial Sector Specialist, International Finance Corporation

Luke Ombara
Director, Regulatory Policy and Strategy | Capital Markets Authority, Kenya

Abdulkadir Babo Abbas
Head of Department, Securities and Investment Services | Securities and Exchange Commission, Nigeria

Sonnie Ayere
CEO, Dunn Loren Merrifield

Nicholas Gunning
Senior Manager, Standard Bank Group

Marc Hearn
Executive: DCM and Securitisation, Standard Bank Group

Thato Khaole
Investment Analyst, Futuregrowth Asset Management

James Doree
Managing Director, Lion’s Head Global Partners

Michael Rose
Executive Director, Standard Chartered Bank

Alison Harwood
Senior Fellow in Residence, Global Market Development, Milken Institute

John Schellhase
Director, Global Market Development, Milken Institute

Published September 10, 2020