The Financial Times (FT) will hold the Mozambique Summit on accelerating growth and stability in the country, at the Polana Serena Hotel in Maputo on 2nd November 2016.
The FT event will gather political and business leaders to debate a viable strategy for accelerating the return to stronger growth and less risk in Mozambique.
Chaired by the FT’s Africa editor, David Pilling, the program will address the immediate and future challenges for Mozambique, gathering views and a bold vision that takes account of key topics from energy, infrastructure, agriculture and state vs private ownership.
FT Mozambique Summit: Topics
- Restoring Stability to the Economy of Mozambique
- Key Drivers for Growth within a more Resilient and Transparent Landscape
- The Emerging Role of Private Capital in Mozambique
- Power to Partnership by Attracting Foreign Investment: Collaboration and Successful Alliances
- Gas Projects: An Update on Licensing Rounds and Gas Developments in Mozambique
- Thriving in the New Global Economic Landscape
- Attracting Foreign Investment: Barriers vs Opportunities for Successful Alliances
- Accelerating Infrastructure Transformation
- Agriculture is key: Balancing national vs foreign based investment
- State Owned Enterprises vs. Privatization
- An Emerging Middle Class: Education, Skills, Population – State Vs Private Development & Capacity
- Doing Business in Mozambique: Negotiating and Executing Better Deals
FT Mozambique Summit: Confirmed Speakers
- Filipe Nyusi, President of Mozambique
- Oldemiro Baloi, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Mozambique
- Adriano Maleiano, Minister of Economy and Finance of Mozambique
- Sim Tshabalala, Joint CEO at Standard Bank Group
- Arif Naqvi, Founder and Group Chief Executive at the Abraaj Group
- Rui Barros, CEO at Barclays Bank Mozambique
Thanks to TanzaniaInvest partnership with FT, readers enjoy an exclusive 10% discount, which is activated by using the code TANZ10 when registering.
For more information and to reserve your place, please visit: www.live.ft.com