The Africa 2017 Young Entrepreneurs Day - Africa 2017 YED - is a special Africa 2017 event organised by the Government of Egypt and COMESA Regional Investment Agency, under the High Patronage of H.E Abdel Fattah Al Sissi, on the 7th of December 2017, in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.

  • 8:00 - 22:00

REGISTRATION

  • 9:00 - 9:40
  • Nile Valley, Suez Canal

VIEW FROM THE TOP

Tony Elumelu, YED Co-Chair, and one of our continent’s most dynamic entrepreneurs will kick-start the day and share his insight on entrepreneurship and youth. Remarks will be followed by a Q&A with the moderator, who will then open it up to the floor.

Tony Elumelu, Chairman of Heirs Holdings and Founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, Nigeria

Facilitator: Ibrahima Cheikh Diong, Founder and CEO, Africa Consulting and Trading, Seneg

  • 9:40 - 10:25
  • Nile Valley, Suez Canal

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Inspiring stories from the champions of the African startup ecosystem

  • Nicolas Martin, CEO, Jumia
  • Kabirou Mbodje, Founder,  Chairman and CEO, Wari, Senegal/France
  • Bosun Tijani, CEO and Co-Founder, Co-creation Hub, Nigeria
Facilitator: Ibrahima Cheikh Diong, Founder and CEO, Africa Consulting and Trading, Senegal

  • 10:25 - 11:15
  • Nile Valley, Suez Canal

GET FUNDED!

This session will focus on access to finance and how to structure a strong business proposition. It will also look at developing an attractive value proposition by creating a solution that can be quickly scaled-up. By bringing investors and those who have successfully attracted investors we will share success stories as well as offer advice and guidance for others to learn from.

Overview of VC funding landscape

  • Ben White, Founder and CEO, VC for Africa, Netherlands
Speakers
  • Wale Ayeni, Senior Investment Officer, IFC Ventures
  • Sharif El-Badawi, Partner, 500 Startups, and Chairman, TechWadi, US
  • Dr. Shehab Marzban, Chairman, Egypt Ventures, Egypt
Moderator: Isaac K. Fokuo, Principal, Botho Emerging Markets Group and Founder SACE, Ghana

  • 11:15 - 11:45

NETWORKING BREAK

  • 11:45 - 12:45

PARALLEL WORKSHOPS

4 x workshops, each focusing on a specific area of interest to entrepreneurs and leaders of fast growing companies. These will be made up of presentations, discussions and workshops.
 
Access to finance led by VC for Africa - Room: Aswan, Abu Simbel
 
  • Ben White, Founder and CEO, VC for Africa
  • Bertil Teunis Elias van Vugt, Business Development Lead, VC4Africa
 
Impact investment with AfriLabs - Room: Bibliotheca Alexandria
  • Anna Ekeledo, Executive Director, AfriLabs
 
Early stage startups: getting your project off the ground - Room: Luxor
  • Parminder Vir, CEO, Tony Elumelu Foundation, Nigeria
  • Moyosore Awotile, Alumni Engagement Manager, Tony Elumelu Foundation, Nigeria
 
The art of storytelling: Pitching your idea to potential investors - Room: Sphinx
  • Elikem Kuenyehia, Chairman, ENSafrica Ghana
  • Reaction: Kamil Olufowobi, CEO, Most Influential 100, US

  • 12:45 - 13:45

LUNCH

  • 13:45 - 14:45
  • Nile Valley, Suez Canal

ENTREPRENEURSHIP ECOSYSTEMS

Entrepreneurship is flourishing in Africa, many incubators, accelerators, co-working spaces are being established every year in African countries. If Africa is to capitalize on new disruptive technologies and new business models, many successful African entrepreneurs will need to scale up their ventures beyond the limits of their small local markets and branch out into other African markets. Promoting cross-border entrepreneurship is an enormous task that no single organization can do alone. Stakeholders’ cooperation is urgently needed. This session will discuss policies, programs, and initiatives needed to encourage and promote regional integration through cross border entrepreneurship.
  Case Study:
  • Ahmed El Alfi, Founder of Flat6Labs, Sawari Ventures and TATP, Egypt
Speakers:
  • Parminder Vir, CEO, Tony Elumelu Foundation, Nigeria
  • Noomane Fehri, CEO, B@labs, Tunisia
  • Segeni Ng'ethe, BRCK Ambassador, Kenya
Moderator: Nnamdi Oranye, Author, Disrupting Africa, South Africa

  • 14:45 - 16:00

NETWORKING BREAK

  • 16:00 - 16:45
  • Nile Valley, Suez Canal

DRIVING AFRICAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Our YED ambassadors will lead the session with two African Presidents to discuss youth and entrepreneurship. This session will also showcase two ground-breaking innovations by two inspiring Africans.
 
  • H.E. Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt
  • H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda and Chairman of Smart
YED Ambassadors:
    • Mohamed Azab, Founder and CEO, Seha Capital, Egypt
    • Pauline Mujawamariya, CEO, Africa innovation Foundation, Rwanda
    • Tony Elumelu, Chairman of Heirs and Founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, Nigeria
MC: Nozipho Mbanjwa, Anchor, CNBC Africa, South Africa

  • 16:45 - 16:50

TRANSITION

  • 16:50 - 18:45
  • Nile Valley, Suez Canal

THE ELEVATOR PITCH: ‘NEEDS AND LEADS’ – led by Egypt Ventures

Offers a chance for African startups to gain exposure and raise their profile by pitching their business ideas to an international delegation of executives representing capital prospects, business mentors, and advisors. From our 100 or so startups and entrepreneurs, we will select 20 to make ‘elevator pitches’ – each 3.30 minute in length maximum – where these young business leaders will have the stage to present their idea and opportunity, highlight their needs and generate new leads.

Opening and Award of Prize by H.E. Dr. Sahar Nasr, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, Egypt

Judges:
  • Ben White, Founder and CEO, VC4Africa
  • Obi Ejimofo, COO, Asoko Insights, UK
  • Heba Ali, Managing Director, Egypt Ventures, Egypt
  • Abdelhameed Sharara, Founder and CEO, RiseUp, Egypt
MC: Mark Eddo, Founder and Managing Director, Mark Eddo Media, Nigeria

  • 18:45 - 19:00
  • Nile Valley, Suez Canal

YED CLOSING

  • H.E. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Egypt
  • Facilitator: Mark Eddo, Founder and Managing Director, Mark Eddo Media, Nigeria

  • 19:30 - 22:00

YED COCKTAIL

  • 8:00 - 22:00

REGISTRATION

  • 9:00 - 9:45
  • Nile Valley, Suez Canal

OUTLOOK: INVESTOR PROJECTIONS

With a 10% increase expected in FDI inflows to Africa next year, commodity prices slowly picking up, what does 2018 have in store for investors interested in the African opportunity? How will this reflect on consumption?
  • Miguel Azevedo, Investment Banking Head for Middle East and Africa, Citi Group, UK
  • Hisham Ezz Al-Arab, Chairman and Managing Director, Commercial International Bank, Egypt
  • Jim Ovia, Founder and Managing Director, Zenith Bank Group, Nigeria
MC: Nozipho Mbanjwa, Anchor, CNBC Africa, South Africa

  • 9:45 - 10:30
  • Nile Valley, Suez Canal

PLENARY 1: INCLUSIVE GROWTH: WOMEN AT THE TOP

2017 was the year of the Egyptian woman. Women were too often forgotten in the first liberation wave of the continent. And yet diversity, in the boardroom as well as in the workplace, is not just the right thing to do; it is an enabler of inclusive growth and longer-term value creation. Study after study show that gender and ethnic diversity continue to be strongly correlated to profitability. This panel of leaders will share their stories and present their thoughts and views on how to better harness the role of women and leadership in Africa.

Panel Discussion:
  • Ibukun Awosika, Chairman, First Bank Nigeria, Nigeria
  • Nonkululeko Nyembezi, Chairperson, Johannesburg Stock Exchange, South Africa
  • Janet Heckman, Managing Director, SEMED, ERBD
  • Dr. Maggie Kigozi, Chairman, Zuri Model Farm Ltd., Uganda

Moderator: Nozipho Mbanjwa, Anchor, CNBC Africa, South Africa

  • 10:30 - 11:00

NETWORKING BREAK

  • 11:00 - 11:15

1-ON-1 WITH H.E. YEMI OSINBAJO, VICE PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA

Moderator: Mark Eddo, Founder and Managing Director, Mark Eddo Media, Nigeria

  • 11:15 - 12:00

PLENARY 2: THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: GENERATING FUTURE JOBS

Africa has a youth bulge that presents an opportunity. However, a jobless generation will turn Africa rising into an African uprising. Where are the opportunities and how can one ensure these are fully realised? This session will contextualise the African opportunity within a global context as well as look at the challenges that it needs to overcome. The panel will amongst others look at where some of Africa’s business leaders are investing, how policy changes can lead to significant investments; the rise of special economic zones; and the impact on technology in what is being dubbed the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Special Address: Kristalina Georgieva, CEO, World Bank The scale of investment needed to meet the Sustainable Development Goals requires new solutions which will require leveraging the private sector and optimizing the use of scarce public resources. What are new instruments available and can Egypt's energy financing solution be a model for other African countries?

Panel Discussion:
  • H.E. Sindiso Ngwenya, Secretary General, COMESA
  • Rt. Hon. Mark Simmonds, Former Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister with responsibility for Africa, The Caribbean, Conflict Prevention and International Energy, UK
  • Mustafa Abdel-Wadood, Managing Partner and Global Head of Private Equity, Abraaj Capital, UAE
  • Isao Sekiguchi, Chairman and Managing Director, Nissan North Africa, Egypt
  • Kabirou Mbodje, Founder, Chairman and CEO, Wari, Senegal/France

Moderator: Jeff Koinange, Anchor, Kenya

  • 12:15 - 13:30

NETWORKING BREAK AND TRANSITION TO OFFICIAL OPENING

  • 13:30 - 14:30
  • The Summit

OFFICIAL OPENING

PRESIDENTIAL OPENING

  • H.E. Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt
  • H.E. Alpha Condé, President of the Republic of Guinea
  • H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda
  • H.E. Alassane Ouattara, President of the Republic Côte d'Ivoire
SPECIAL ADDRESS BY AU
H.E. Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson, Africa Union Commission
  SETTING THE SCENE
  • Ms. Heba Salama, Director, COMESA Regional Investment Agency
  • H.E. Dr. Sahar Nasr, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, Egypt
Facilitator: Ibrahima Cheikh Diong, Founder and CEO, Africa Consulting and Trading, Senegal

  • 14:30 - 15:45

LUNCH

  • 15:45 - 17:00

BREAKOUTS 1

These breakout sessions will be structured in two ways. One will have a panellist outlining the issues in an expert briefing presenting a case followed by presentations by project owners and project developers. In other cases, it will be a panel discussion.

  • 15:45 - 17:00
  • Aswan, Abu Simbel

Special Economic Zones: Presentations

Presentations and case studies followed by a general Q&A:
  • K.C. Li Kwong Wing, Chairman, SBM Holdings Ltd., Mauritius
  • Amb. Helen Hai, CEO, Made in Africa initiative, China
  • Umana Okon Umana, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority, Nigeria
  • Gagan Gupta, Gabon Special Economic Zone, and President and Country Head, Olam Gabon, Gabon
  • Kelvin Tan, Secretary General, Africa South East Asia Chamber of Commerce, and Managing Partner of Core Advisory, Singapore
  Moderator: Victor Kgomoeswana, Director and Author, Africa is Open for Business, South Africa

  • 15:45 - 17:00
  • Bibliotheca Alexandria

Energy: the new energy mix and the future of power generation

The global energy landscape is changing. Traditional centres of demand are being overtaken by fast-growing emerging markets. Sub-Sahara Africa is expected to outpace Russia as a global gas supplier by 2040. Moreover, rapid growth and industrialisation means higher demand of energy and power. How does the new Energy Mix look like for Africa? What is the way forward in terms of smart and off-grid solutions for the African Continent? How do you finance it?

Case study: Mohamed Shaker El-Markabi, Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy
Speakers: 
    • Juergen Heeg, Vice President, Denham Capital, USA
    • Oliver Andrews, Executive Director and Chief Investment Officer, Africa Finance Corporation, Nigeria
    • Sipho Phiri, Executive Chairman, Western Power Company Limited, Zambia
    • Eric Monga, Chairman, Kipay Energy, DR Congo  
    • Basil ElBaz, Chairman and CEO, Carbon Holdings, Egypt
    • Alain Ebobisse, CEO, Africa50 Infrastructure Fund
  Moderator: Dr. Christopher Marks, Managing Director and Head of Emerging Markets, EMEA, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Japan

  • 15:45 - 17:00
  • Press Conference Room

The African Consumer

According to McKinsey, household consumption is expected to grow at 3.8 percent a year to 2025 to reach $2.1 trillion. Business spending is expected to grow from $2.6 trillion in 2015 to $3.5 trillion by 2025. Tapping consumer markets will require companies to have a detailed understanding of income, geographic, and category trends. This panel of experts will discuss the trends and singularities of the African consumer markets including taking advantage of the formal and informal sectors.

Speakers:
    • Lt. General Abd El Aziz Seif El Deen, Chairman, Arab Organisation for Industrialisation, Egypt
    • Acha Leke, Senior Partner, McKinsey, South Africa
    • Slim Othmani, Chairman, Rouiba, Algeria
    • Anthony le Roux, general Manager, Middle East and Africa, Uber, South Africa
    • Anna Rosenberg, Director, Sub-Saharan Africa and Frontier Strategy Group, UK
Moderator: Nnamdi Oranye, Founder, Disrupting Africa, South Africa

  • 17:00 - 18:00

TRANSITION TO PLENARY AND NETWORKING BREAK

  • 18:00 - 18:45
  • The Summit

PLENARY 3: INVESTING IN AFRICA; CROSS BORDER PARTNERSHIPS AND INVESTMENT

The private sector is the engine for growth and the top companies in a country play an outsized role in terms of employment and driving economic growth. Yet too few African companies can truly consider themselves regional. What more can be done to encourage further cross border investments and to foster greater ties between national leaders?

  Panel Discussion:
  • H.E. Admiral Mohab Mohamed Hussein Mameesh, Chairman, Suez Canal Economic Zone, Egypt
  • Ms. Isabel dos Santos, CEO, Unitel, Angola
  • Abdulsamad Rabiu, Executive Chairman and CEO, BUA group, Nigeria
  • Dr. Daniel Matjila, CEO, Public Investment Corporation (SOC) Limited, South Africa
  • Gabriele Volpi, Chairman, Orlean Invest Holding, Nigeria
Moderator: Mark Eddo, Founder and Managing Director, Mark Eddo Media, Nigeria

  • 18:45 - 19:00

CLOSING INSIGHTS

  • H.E. Azali Assoumani, President of the Union of Comoros
  • H.E. Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, President of the Federal Republic of Somalia
 

  • 20:00 - 22:00
  • Rixos Sharm El Sheikh Hotel

GALA DINNER

  • 9:00 - 10:00
  • The Summit

PLENARY 4: CHINA-AFRICA

China is Africa’s 1st trade partner, its biggest single infrastructure financier and fastest growing FDI partner. According to McKinsey, over 10,000 Chinese companies currently operate on African soil, providing jobs and actively participating in the economies where they are operating. China's growth may have slowed but it is still growing by $700bn on a yearly basis, driven increasingly by local consumption, which also presents a massive opportunity. This session will contextualise the new China under Xi and how best to position oneself to harness the opportunity this important country and partner presents.
 
    • How can African countries best harness Chinese investment?
    • One Belt One Road Initiative: what does it mean for Africa?
    • What will the new economic structure of China mean for Africa?
    • What role can Chinese companies play in the industrialization of the continent?
   
Speakers:
  • H.E. Carlos Agostinho do Rosário, Prime Minister , republic of Mozambique
  • H.E. Demeke Mekonnen, Deputy Prime Minister, Federal Republic of Ethiopia
  • Carlos Lopes, Former Executive Secretary, UNECA, and Professor, Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice, University of Cape Town, Guinea-Bissau
  • Amb. Helen Hai, CEO, Made in Africa Initiative, China
  • Issac K. Fokuo, Principal, Botho Emerging Markets Group and Founder SACE Foundation, Ghana
Moderator: Ibrahima Cheikh Diong, Founder and CEO, Africa Consulting and Trading, Senegal

  • 10:00 - 10:15
  • The Summit

1-ON-1 WITH H.E. ALASSANE OUATTARA, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF COTÊ D’IVOIRE

Moderator: Nozipho Mbanjwa, Anchor, CNBC Africa, South Africa

  • 10:15 - 10:30
  • The Summit Hall

1-ON-1 WITH DR. AHMED HEIKAL, CHAIRMAN AND FOUNDER, QALAA HOLDINGS, EGYPT

Moderator: Nozipho Mbanjwa, Anchor, CNBC Africa, South Africa

  • 10:30 - 11:15
  • The Summit

PLENARY 5: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: INVEST SMART, INVEST LONG

This panel will discuss the impact of the private sector in inclusive economic growth as well as identify the changes needed to design new business models that can contribute to the SDGs. That is increase local content, ensure that the models are sustainable, tackling issues such as lost tax revenues from illicit financial flows due to transfer pricing and other accounting practices and taking advantage of the opportunity provided by green energy solutions.
  Expert insight: Dr. Ahmed Heikal, Chairman and Founder, Qalaa Holdings, Egypt
 
  • H.E. Lionel Zinsou, CEO of SouthBridge and Former Prime Minister, France/Benin
  • Vera Songwe, Executive Secretary, UNECA
  • Strive Masiyiwa, Chairman and Founder, Econet, Zimbabwe
  • Bassem Loukil, Chairman, Groupe Loukil, Tunisia
  • Kuseni Dlamini, Chairman, Massmart Africa, South Africa
  Moderator: Nozipho Mbanjwa, Anchor,  CNBC Africa, South Africa

  • 11:15 - 11:45

NETWORKING BREAK

  • 11:45 - 12:45

BREAKOUTS 2

These breakout sessions will be structured in two ways. One will have a panellist outlining the issues in an expert briefing presenting a case followed by presentations by project owners and project developers. In other cases, it will be a panel discussion.

  • 11:45 - 12:45
  • Aswan, Abu Simbel

The New Egypt: better governance, higher returns

Egypt kick-started an all-compassing economic and structural reforms program in 2014. Long-awaited transformational measures are now under implementation, encompassing fiscal consolidation, exchange markets, doing business reforms and mega projects. The new investment law in particular will further streamline investment procedures and cut red tape, expand investment guarantees and incentives, and enhance governance and accountability. This session will examine how current reforms will impact Egypt’s its investment landscape in the short and long term.
 
Perspectives followed by a general Q & A:
  • Private Sector: Eng. Ahmed A. Sadek El Sewedy , President and CEO, El Sewedy Electric, Egypt
  • Mega Projects: Malek Fawaz, Advisor to the Minister for Investment Promotion, Ministry Of Investment and International Cooperation, Egypt
  • Capital Markets: Mohamed Farid Saleh, Chairman, The Egyptian Exchange and The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges, Egypt
  • Logistics: Captain Ossama Al Sharif, Managing Director, Sonker Bunkering Company S.A.E., Egypt
  • Education: Francis J. Ricciardone, President, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Moderator: Youssef Gamal El-Din, Anchor at Bloomberg LP, Bloomberg

  • 11:45 - 12:45
  • Bibliotheca Alexandria

Financing Cross-Border Infrastructure and Trade

Africa’s Agenda 2063 aspires to an African world-class infrastructure which, by 2045, should enable intra-continental trade to grow to up 50% from less than 14% today, and Africa’s total contribution to global trade to rise from 2.5% to 12%. All the evidence suggests that, to close the large financing gap and realize this ambition, the existence of capital is not necessary the issue, but rather, the lack of mechanisms needed to make it available.
 
  • Sovereign wealth funds, insurers, pension funds, central banks. Away from more traditional sources, which domestic and regional instruments are likely to gain popularity over the next decade in Africa?
  • What regulatory environment changes will be necessary to ensure that these take off and effectively contribute to the continent’s infrastructure needs?
Speakers:
  • Prince Randy Kossou Sogan, Founder and CEO, Black Lion Holding, Benin
  • H.E. Timothy E. McPherson Jt., Minister of Finance, Accompong Jamaica
  • Dr. Sidi Ould Tah, Director General, Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa
  • George Otieno, CEO, African Trade Insurance Agency
  • Amr Kamal, Executive Vice President, Business Development and Corporate banking, Afreximbank
  • Nazeem Noordali, COO, Trade Solutions Complex, Islamic Trade Finance Corporation
  Moderator: Victor Kgomoeswana, Director and Author, Africa id Open for Business, South Africa

  • 11:45 - 12:45
  • Luxor

Agribusiness

With 65% of the world’s uncultivated land, Africa will determine the future of food for the world. The African Development Bank values commercial agriculture at more than US$1 trillion business by 2030. However, lack of access to land, finance, markets and technologies are barriers that need to be overcome. This session proposes to find sustainable and market driven solutions for the Agriculture sector in Africa.
   
Speakers: 
  • Farouk Gumel, Executive Director and Head of Agribusiness, TGI, Nigeria
  • Sri Venkataramani, Managing Director and CEO, Africa and Middle East, Olam International Ltd., Singapore
  • Howard-Yana Shapiro, Chief Agricultural Officer, Mars, US
  • Aly El Gamil, CEO, Cairo Three A Group, Egypt
  • Ashraf Mahmoud, Chairman and Managing Director, Al Sharkeya Sugar Manufacturing (Al Nouran), Egypt
Reactions:
  • M'hamed Cherif, General Director, Invest in Africa Now!, Belgium
Moderator: Dr. Maggie Kigozi, Chairman, Zuri Model Farm Ltd., Uganda

  • 11:45 - 12:45
  • Nile Valley, Suez Canal

Cities: Sustainable urban development

Cities are economic engines of growth. Urban Africa is forecasted to contribute nearly 40 percent of GDP growth. Intelligent urbanisation, underpinned by sustainable urban development is key to harness the potential of these cities. In this session concrete business case studies and presentations by developers across Africa.
 
Case Studies:
 
  • H.E. Prof. Dr. Eng. Mostafa Madboly, Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Housing, utilities and Urban Development, Egypt
  • Rt. Hon. Jeffrey Donaldson, Trade Envoy to Egypt
  • Mohamed Abdelrehim, Head of Solutions and Business Development, Middle East and Africa, Nokia, UAE
  • Andrei Chicherin, Senior Project Finance Specialist, Green Climate Fund, Korea
  • Kabiru Rabiu, Group Executive Director, BUA Group, Nigeria
Moderator: Isaac K. Fokua, Principal, Botho Emerging Markets Group and Founder SACE Foundation, Ghana

  • 12:45 - 14:00

LUNCH

  • 14:00 - 14:15

1-ON-1 WITH H.E ALPHA CONDÉ, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GUINEA

  • 14:15 - 15:00
  • The Summit

PLENARY 6: NEW WORLD, NEW PARTNERS

In this closing plenary, our speakers will set out their vision for the continent in the context of this new world order. The African Union can outline the African position whilst the international business leaders represented will reflect on their investment strategy in light on international developments. The African contingent will discuss first hand on the realities on the ground as well as what this means for business and future FDI and ODA funds coming to Africa.

Panel discussion:
  • H.E. Sameh Shoukry, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Egypt
  • H.E. Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson, Africa Union Commission
  • Mohamed El Kettani, Chairman and CEO, Attijariwafa Bank, Morrocco
  • Dr. Benedict Oramah, President and Chairman, Afreximbank
  • H.E. Bandar Hajjar, President, IDB Group, Chairman, Board Executive Director, Islamic development Bank
  • Dr. Mohamed Omran, Chairman, Financial Regulatory Authority, Egypt
  • Samuel Mugoya, Director, Syndication and Strategic Initiatives, Trade and Development Bank
Moderator: Jeff Koinange, Anchor, Kenya

  • 15:00 - 15:15
  • The Summit

CONCLUDING REMARKS

H.E. Dr. Sahar Nasr, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, Egypt

Facilitator: Jeff Koinange, Anchor, Kenya