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5 to 7 June 2019, Waterfront Hotel, London
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President, CGIA Institute
Peter is the President of the Chartered Global Investment Analyst Institute (CGIA Institute). He is a finance and accounting expert with over 40 years of professional experience.
He started his career as an accountant at the British Diplomatic Service / Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London, and then held other private-sector senior accounting roles before, in 1979, moving to the USA, where he worked mostly in the above-mentioned fields of specialization.
He had been an adjunct professor at the business schools of both Golden Gate University and Southern New Hampshire University in the USA. He holds a Master’s Degree in Finance (distinction), obtained at Bentley University (USA) in 1988.
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This opening keynote will highlight the theme of the summit which borders around what innovative options are available to finance Ghana’s development agenda across multiple sectors to spur economic transformation.
Strategic business partnership has been identified as a key driver for business growth and transformation. This keynote will highlight the essential tools and strategies needed for a successful business partnership in the 21st century.
Ghana is touted as the most attractive market in Sub Sahara Africa for investors in the power sector, according to Fitch Solutions Power Risk/Reward Index. However, the country is grappling with energy deficiency and power deficit, whilst its energy sector debt has gone past US$5 billion dollars.
This sector-focused panel will explore the most innovative financing options & investments with a cross-sector impact suitable for solving Ghana’s energy deficiencies.
This Hard talk session will dig deeper into the strategic need to position the African MSMEs to take advantage of this opportunity.
This session will allow summit attendees to visit the open exhibition to interact with exhibitors, network with industry peers and investors, schedule one-to-one meetings, and identify investible and viable projects.
STREAM A: Agriculture Financing
This breakout session will focus on innovative ways of financing Ghana’s agricultural future.
STREAM B: FDI and Impact Investment
Foreign Direct Investment has been a key financing vehicle for most economies globally. Ghana aims to position itself as an investment destination and to attract more FDIs.
STREAM C: Fintech & Innovations
The role that financial innovation can play in serving Ghana’s unbanked cannot be overemphasized. Digital identity and authentication play a vital role in bringing the unbanked into the financial system swiftly and securely.
This panel will explore the key considerations for investors in Ghana’s healthcare sector and more importantly, Government commitment to attract private capital into the industry.
Examining the key sub-sectors such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medtech, healthcare services, gene/cell therapy, genomics, and artificial intelligence, etc.
This Keynote address will explore sensitive topics with hard-hitting questions on corruption, politics, human capital, regulations, etc.
It’s aimed at demystifying unrealistic expectations around huge nation-changing projects - aspirational or feasible. Governance levels, and myths and truths about corruption.
The payments industry involves a wide variety of financial industry stakeholders, from FinTech firms to banks, historical payments leaders, and telcos, and has become subject to fierce competition, with traditional companies falling behind thus far.
To what has the Ghanaian economy benefitted from the huge capital base created by private pensions over the 1st decade of its implementation.
How could the fund be leveraged to resolve the long-term capital needs that continue to stifle Ghana’s economic development?
Ghana’s finance & investment management industry has witnessed in recent times, series of activities termed as ‘financial sector clean-up’. Many financial institutions are either closed down, acquired, merged, or forced to raise their minimum capital.
The industry is still processing the shocks while at the same time, benefiting from the clean-up. This panel will explore the post-financial sector clean-up to understand what the future of the industry will be.