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  • Cape Town, South Africa | The Westin Cape Town March 2-4, 2016

  • 2%

    2%

    2%

    CORPORATES & TRADERS

    BANKS & FINANCIERS

    INSURERS & RISK MANAGERS

    NON-BANK FINANCIERS

    ECAS & MULTILATERALS

    LAWYERS

    GOVT ORGS & PUBIC BODIES

    SOLUTION PROVIDERS

    MEDIA

    CONSULTANTS

    39%

    27%

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    FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, HUNGARY, ITALY, NETHERLANDS, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, UNITED KINGDOM, ANGOLA, BOTSWANA, EGYPT, GHANA, KENYA, MAURITIUS, NIGERIA, SOUTH AFRICA, ZAMBIA, ZIMBABWE, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA, BRAZIL, INDIA, SINGAPORE, UNITED STATES

    PERCENTAGE OF ATTENDEES BY REGION IN 2015

    23%69% 3%

    2015’s VITAL STATISTICS

    COMPANIES REPRESENTED

    158 COUNTRIES

    REPRESENTED

    27 DELEGATES ATTENDED

    316

    Regarded as the market’s leading pan-African trade finance gathering, GTR Africa Trade Finance Week will return to Cape town for its 10th year.

    Throughout the last decade the event has provided the international trade finance community with an unrivalled forum for open discussion and debate on Africa’s trade potential and its priorities for the future.

    2016’s conference will build on this established reputation, welcoming on and off-stage participation from the continent’s leading corporates, FIs, regulators, risk managers, lawyers, insurers and all additional sectors involved in the development of one of the world’s most exciting and promising regions in which to do business.

    Audience participation will form a key part of proceedings, while presentations, panel discussions and case studies will offer practical guidance for those looking to increase their working footprint in Africa. This will be supported by focused streams and dedicated workshops, while the many networking breaks built into the agenda will provide ample opportunities for attendees to meet with the market’s primary decision makers.

    “It is my first but certainly not my last GTR conference. A great networking opportunity for players wanting to enter or expand in Africa. A must-attend event for every player operating in Africa.” Jean Rey, MCB

    EVENT OVERVIEW WWW.GTREVIEW.COM

  • EVENT OVERVIEW GTR AFRICA TRADE FINANCE WEEK 2016 WWW.GTREVIEW.COM

    ●● Aashish Pitale, Group Treasurer, Essar Group

    ●● Abubakar Ali, Chief Finance Officer, Gulf Power

    ●● Adriaan Snyman, Managing Director, Free State Maize (FSM)

    ●● Andre Soumah, Executive Chairman, Ace Global Depository

    ●● Anne-Marie Woolley, Head of Energy & Metals, Nedbank Capital

    ●● Antonella Da Cunha, Group Risk Manager, Capespan Group

    ●● Benjamin Todd, Business Development for Africa, Global Business Development, Export-Import Bank of the United States

    ●● Bikash Prasad, Chief Financial Officer, Southern & Eastern Africa, Olam International

    ●● Charles Nortje, Chief Executive Officer, Credit Guarantee Insurance Corporation (CGIC)

    ●● Charles Weller, Managing Director, Africa Trade, Barclays

    ●● Chris Andoh, Managing Director, Star Africa Commodities & Minerals

    ●● Chris Sturgess, Director, Commodity Derivatives, Johannesburg Stock Exchange

    ●● Christian Karam, Partner, Africa Trade Finance

    ●● Damian Austin, Head of Global Trade Asset Distribution, Barclays

    ●● Dayo Okusami, Group General Counsel & Company Secretary, Atlantic Energy

    ●● Dominic Broom, Head of Sales & Relationship Management EMEA, Treasury Services, BNY Mellon

    ●● Duncan Oliphant, Co-Founder & Manager, Titan Collateral Services

    ●● Ed Harkins, Head of Export Credit Financing, Fieldstone Private Capital Group

    ●● Edward George, Head of Research, Ecobank

    ●● Gabriel Buck, Managing Director, Head of ECA & Capex Financing Solutions Group, Barclays

    ●● Geoffrey de Mowbray, Chief Executive & Managing Director, Dints International

    ●● Gergely Abraham, Head of Structured Finance, MEA, Nokia Networks

    ●● Greg Fyfe, Head of Mining, Energy & Infrastructure Finance South Africa, Standard Bank

    ●● Hardi Wilkins, Global Head of Risk, Export Trading Group

    ●● Hein Coetzee, Export Manager, Tru-Cape Fruit Marketing

    ●● Henrique de Azevedo Avila, Head of Export Credit Division, Transaction Support in Africa, BNDES

    ●● Henry Balani, Head of Innovation, Accuity

    ●● Ian Henderson, Consultant, Gunvor Singapore Pte

    ●● Ian Stern, Principal, Stern Partners

    ●● Inal Henry, Head of Export Financing, Rand Merchant Bank

    ●● James Kasuyi, Trade Finance Officer, PTA Bank

    ●● Jason Barrass, Head of Africa Trade, Barclays Africa Group

    ●● Justin Sherrard, Global Strategist, Food & Agribusiness Research, Rabobank

    ●● Keith Mukami, Director, Norton Rose Fulbright

    ●● Kevin Holmes, Solutions Structuring Group, Transactional Products and Services, Standard Bank

    ●● Luca Corsini, Head of Trade Finance, EMEA, Deutsche Bank

    ●● Mandisi Nkuhlu, Chief Operating Officer, Export Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa (ECIC)

    ●● Matthew Solley, Executive Director, Credit & Political Risks, Arthur J. Gallagher

    ●● Megan McDonald, Global Head of Debt Primary Markets, Standard Bank

    ●● Michael Creighton, Head of Africa, Sace

    ●● Michael Marnell, Senior Vice-President, Head of Structured Commodity Finance, FIMBank

    ●● Neil Ross, Regional Manager, EMEA Trade Credit, AIG

    ●● Ngozi Okonkwo, Chief Legal Officer, Oando

    ●● Nicholas Oliver, Head of Business Development, NMS International Group

    ●● Nicolas Clavel, Chief Investment Officer, Scipion Capital

    ●● Omen Muza, Managing Director, TFC Capital Zimbabwe

    ●● Paul Eardley-Taylor, Head of Oil & Gas, South & Southern Africa, Standard Bank

    ●● Pepi Bedi, Head of Structured Trade Finance, Structured Trade

    & Commodity Finance, SMBC

    ●● Peter Ballinger, Managing Director & Africa Regional Representative, US Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)

    ●● Peter Crawley, Managing Director & Head of Treasury & Trade Solutions, Africa, Citi

    ●● Peter Sprent, Head of Global Financial Risk, Liberty Syndicates

    ●● Prieur du Plessis, Chief Investment Officer, Barak Fund Management

    ●● Rebecka Lundgren, Country Analyst, Sub-Saharan Africa, EKN

    ●● René Awambeng, Group Head, Regional Corporates & Commodity Trade Finance, Ecobank Group

    ●● Ricardo Ferreira, Country Manager, Luanda Representative Office, Nedbank Capital

    ●● Robert Besseling, Principal Africa Analyst, Economics & Country Risk, IHS

    ●● Rolake Akinkugbe, Vice-President & Head, Energy & Natural Resources, FBN Capital

    ●● Rupert Boyle, Partner, Credit Political & Security Risks, JLT Specialty

    ●● Rupert Cutler, CEO, Financial & Political Risks Division, Newman Martin & Buchan (NMB)

    ●● Sameer Gupta, Financial Controller, Stallion Group

    ●● Sanjeev Oza, Head of Supply Chain Finance, Sub-Saharan Africa, Citi

    ●● Sarah Warren, Structured Trade & Distribution, Rand Merchant Bank

    ●● Simon Cook, Partner, Sullivan & Worcester UK

    ●● Simon Sayer, Head of Structured Trade & Export Finance, Deutsche Bank

    ●● Siyabonga Nxaba, Senior Advisor, Funding Execution, Eskom Holdings

    ●● Taiwo Adeniji, Director & Head, Financial Institutions & Advisory Services, Africa Finance Corporation (AFC)

    ●● Vishal Khagram, Director, Riftcot

    ●● Zhann Meyer, Africa Head, Global Commodity Finance, Nedbank Capital

    2015’S SPEAKERS INCLUDED

  • Banks & Financiers

    ABN Amro

    Absa

    Afreximbank

    Banco Keve

    Barclays

    BMCE Bank

    BNY Mellon

    British Arab Commercial Bank

    Citi

    Citic Bank International

    Commercial Bank of Qatar

    Commerzbank

    Deutsche Bank

    DNB

    Ecobank

    Export-Import Bank of the United States

    FBN Bank

    Ghana International Bank

    HSBC

    Investec

    JP Morgan Chase

    KfW

    Mashreq

    Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB)

    Mizuho Bank

    Nedbank

    Noor Bank

    Pohjola Bank

    Rabobank International

    Rand Merchant Bank

    SBM Bank (Mauritius)

    SMBC

    Societe Generale

    Standard Bank

    Standard Chartered

    Swedbank

    The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

    Wells Fargo

    Zenith Bank

    Zimbabwe Youth Development Bank

    Corporates & Traders

    Abengoa

    Abroad Spectrum Trading

    AFGRI

    Agrivision Africa

    Atlantic Energy

    Aveng Group

    Avra Commodities

    Ayerum Mines

    Bell Equipment

    Botswana Oil

    BUA Group

    Capespan

    Cargill

    CGIC

    Derby Group

    DHL

    Dints International

    Emerald Energy Institute

    Engen Oil

    Engen Petroleum

    Ericsson

    Eskom

    Essar Group

    Export Trading Group (ETG)

    Foschini

    Free State Maize

    Getsamp S