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Who attends

The premier event for senior treasurers from multinational and local African corporations will gather over 150 attendees for premium networking and knowledge exchange.

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Who should attend?

  • Corporate treasury and finance professionals who are responsible for their company’s African operations – whether you are already in the region or thinking about it
  • Regulators, central bankers and advisors who want to stay updated with the latest developments
  • Product, sales and marketing teams from financial institutions and service providers who want to meet with corporate treasurers and better understand the challenges they face

 

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Who will you meet

In 2022, the corporate treasury audience represented some of the biggest names responsible for their company’s African operations from a range of industries including construction, information technology, manufacturing, oil & gas, retail and transport including:

• Amazon • Anglo American • Angola Cables • AP Moller Maersk • BakerHughes • Bio-Rad Laboratories • BP • British American Tobacco • British Council • CDC Group • Citi • ContourGlobal • Danfoss • Danone • ED&F Man • Ekman & Co • Entain • Equinor • Ericsson • ExxonMobil • Fan Milk West Africa • FLSmidth & Co. • FrieslandCampina • GE • Holcim Group Services • IHS Towers • International Cocoa Initiative • Intertek • Islamic Relief Worldwide • Jumia • Kimberly Clark • Mott MacDonald • MSC Cruises • MTN • MultiChoice • Nokia Corporation • PZ Cussons • Rentokil Initial • Savannah Energy PLC • Save The Children International • Siemens • Topec International • UPS • Vinci Finance International • Vodafone • Wise • WIZZIT Digital, SA to name a few!