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Private equity opportunities in infrastructure with Paul Boynton, joint CEO, Old Mutual Alternative Investments

Listen to African Business Podcast Series 2 Episode 4: Private Equity Opportunities in Infrastructure with Paul Boynton, Joint-CEO, Old Mutual Alternative Investments 

In this episode, Paul Boynton, joint CEO and CIO at Old Mutual Alternative Investments talks us through the opportunities for private equity investors to drive economic development through infrastructure investment.…

Rwanda Finance x Jersey Finance: Economic cooperation and development

Listen to African Business Podcast Series 2, Episode 3: Rwanda Finance x Jersey Finance: Economic Co-operation and Development 

Special guests

  1. Olivia Rubagumya, Head of Investor Relations, Rwanda Finance
  2. Hortense Mudenge, Head of Strategy, Rwanda Finance
  3. Tom Le Feuvre, Director Global Markets and International Agreements, Government of Jersey
  4. Allan Wood, Global Head of Business Development, Jersey Finance

 

Summary

The Jersey/Rwanda relationship starts with the Jersey cow, but there is a lot more to this partnership as we explore in this podcast.

China-Africa relations with Jinny Yan, Chief China Economist, ICBC Standard Bank

Listen to African Business Podcast 13: China-Africa relations with Jinny Yan, Chief China Economist, ICBC Standard Bank

Following the annual Two Sessions meetings of China’s top leaders at the end of May and the extraordinary China-AU Summit on 17 June, host Desné Masie invites our special guest Jinny Yan, chief China economist at ICBC Standard Bank, to discuss the effect of Covid-19 on China’s economic and political relationship with Africa as well as the global economic outlook.

The UK’s trade and investment priorities in Africa with Emma Wade-Smith

Listen to African Business Podcast 12: the UK’s Trade and Investment priorities in Africa with Emma-Wade Smith 

Podcast host Desné Masie was delighted to welcome our special guest for Episode 12, Emma Wade-Smith, Her Majesty’s trade commissioner for Africa to discuss the UK government’s trade and investment priorities in Africa post-Brexit, and the private sector support the Department for International Trade DIT) is extending for UK businesses operating on the African continent in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. …