Who Will Attend?
The AIILF 2017 is open to both Africans and non-Africans to attend, and it will assemble the key industry players, thought leaders, experts and forward-looking business professionals including:
Private Equity & Venture Capitals, Development Finance Institutions (DFIs), Foundations, Family Offices, Institutional Investors – Commercial Banks, Pension Funds, Hedge Funds & Insurance, Microfinance Institutions, Multi-lateral Institutions, NGOs, Governments and Regulating Bodies, Entrepreneurs & Innovators, Reseachers & Academics and Professional Service Providers.
The Typical Job Titles Will Be:
Chairman, CEO, CIO, COO, CFO, CSO, CRO, CCO, Managing Director, Managing Partner, Founder & Owner, President, Senior Vice President, Vice President, Executive Director, Director, Regional Director, General Counsel, Ministers of Finance, Environment, Innovation, Governor, Special Adviser, Head of Impact Investing, Head of Sustainability, Head of ESG, Head of Investor Relations, Head of Philanthropy, Head of Responsible Investment, Head of Corporate Governance, Head of Business Development, Head of Projects, Head of Research, Head of Equity, Head Fund of Funds, Head of Debt, Head of Advisory Services, Head of Portfolio Management, Head of Legal Transaction, Head of Risk, Head of Finance, Wealth Manager, Investment Advisor, Fund Manager, Asset Manager, Portfolio Manager, Equity Manager, Deal Manager, Risk Manager, Relationship Manager, Advisor, Development Manager, Consultant, Lawyer, Financial Planner, Accountant, Tax Planner, Estate Planner, Real Estate Manager, Academics
Expected Audience Breakdown
The Africa IIL Forum will bring together 250+ selected global leaders from business, government, finance, research, international institutions and foundations to foster growth and innovation, with the aim of accelerating sustainable and inclusive development.
Some of the participants at the launch event include the following organisations.
JP Morgan, Dalberg, Arabella Advisors, Oxfam, Google, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Vodafone, Nisaba Fund, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), McKinsey & Company, Deloitte, Ebury, AXA investment Managers, Symbiotics, Hivos Impact Investments, Planet Earth, BNP Paribas, Nomura, Veolia Environmental Services, Toilet Board Coalition, Bloomberg, Investing for Good, Alaco, Trinity LLP, Roche Pharmaceuticals, Wharton Asset Management, RKH Reinsurance Brokers, Novo Nordisk, Tullow Oil, ASA International, Africa Matters, Afford UK, Discovery Communication, British Gas, NHS, Said Business School, Oxford Business School, Cambridge Business School, Tauck Ritzau Innovative Philanthropy, Acorn Capital, FarmFicciency, CleanStar Ventures, London Centre for International Law Practice, Diaspora for African Development, Impala Energy Holdings, OikoCredit etc.
I thoroughly enjoyed the Impact Investing in Africa event yesterday.
– Vijay Thakrar, Chairman & Investment Director, Paragon Agri Ltd & Acorn Capital Ltd.