Co-hosted by Africa Investor (Ai), the African Union Development Agency (AUDA), and the African Green Infrastructure Investment Bank (AfGIIB), on the Margins of COP27, the African NDC Investment Summit & Awards, will showcase NDC projects, initiatives, investment strategies, as well as energy projects and M&A opportunities
8 November 2022, 10am-2pm | Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
The Office of the Special Adviser on Africa (OSAA) in collaboration with the Africa Investors (Ai) is organizing the African Heads of State and Government Climate Finance Dialogue on
Tuesday, 20 September 2022 – 10:00am to 2:30pm |CFA Society of New York, USA.
Ahead of COP27, we will explore why a human rights-centred approach is essential to an equitable clean energy transition in Africa.
Thu, 15 September 2022 | 14:00 – 15:30 BST
The AfGIIB initiative recognizes that the African green infrastructure finance market is highly fragmented, representing a need to create a world class international pan African investment platform to mobilize this financing market and institutional capital at scale.
5 September 2021 |
CW 2021 is accelerating collaboration and integrating climate action into global pandemic recovery. Building forward opens an opportunity to address social inequalities and invest in economic development that is good for humanity and nature.
26 – 29 September 2021 | Virtual and In-Person Event
2nd Ai AfricaPLC-ICC Global eTrade Leaders Summit on the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA)
6th December 2020 | Virtual Event
Please join Duff & Phelps, Africa investor (Ai) and the Continental Business Network (CBN) for a roundtable on the 5% Agenda’s Institutional Investor Public Partnership (IIPP) framework and asset recycling and refinancing best practices. The discussion will cover methods for the valuation of real assets, and infrastructure investment related challenges and opportunities facing sovereign investors post-COVID-19.
12 November 2020 | (Virtual Event)
The Covid-19 pandemic is projected to have long-lasting adverse effects on the global economy, hurting developing and least developed countries the most. While it will be difficult for the entire global economy to recover, African countries are particularly vulnerable in the wake of the pandemic.
22 September 2020 | Virtual Event