AFMI 10 Year Anniversary Workshop

Enhancing Transparency in African Bond Markets

Bank of Zambia logo

For African Bond Markets and Financial Sector Development

29th October 2018
08:30am – 18:00pm
AVANI Victoria Falls Hotel, Livingstone, Zambia

In partnership with Bank of Zambia


Main focus of the workshop

The workshop will be an opportunity to further hone the data collection skills of our Liaison Officers. Overall, the objectives of hosting a training workshop for Liaison Officers are to increase the regional coverage of the data required by the Bank and to improve the quality of data collected. Specifically, the workshop will achieve the following objectives: 

  • To present the updates on African Domestic Bond Fund (ADBF); 
  • To present the recent developments of the financial sector in Africa;
  • To improve the completeness and quality of data; 
  • To improve the quality whilst also increasing the amount of data collected in all RMCs; 
  • To increase finance ministers and central bank governors’ awareness on the importance of AFMI’s mandate.

Please see the Concept Note and Agenda for full event details. 

Concept Note

Introduction and context

In 2008, the African Development Bank (AfDB) launched the African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) as part of its strategy to develop the financial markets sector in Africa. This initiative aims to contribute to the development of domestic bond markets in Africa through its two complementary pillars:

i) the African Financial Markets Database (AFMD) and

ii) the African Domestic Bond Fund (ADBF). 

To create the database, a data collection exercise with African Central Banks was launched in April 2008. Liaison Officers were appointed by Central Bank Governors to assist with the collection of all information and data necessary to feed the database. Today the database includes data on the bond market infrastructure and/or fixed-income instruments of 41 countries.

Moreover, the Bank, in its efforts to respond to the increasing demand for statistical financial data and indicators, has created a database with a set of indicators that covers the financial sector in 52 African countries over the period 2005 to 2014. 

Rationale for workshop 

Since its inception, AFMI’s goal is to further develop debt markets in Africa, by strengthening the domestic bond market and by investing in local currency-denominated debt to improve capital markets’ long-term resilience. Its specific objectives are:

(i) to enable governments to improve the terms at which they borrow in domestic financial markets, thus reducing their dependence on foreign currency denominated debt;

(ii) to increase financing options available to corporate sectors;

(iii) to act as a catalyst for the development and stability of financial markets as well as for regional financial market integration; and

(iv) to improve the availability and transparency of African fixed income data.

The workshop will also be an opportunity to further hone the data collection skills of our Liaison Officers so as to address some of the inconsistencies that we have seen due to quality and completeness of the data stemming from: 

  • Weak ownership of the initiative by the Liaison Officers; 
  • The financial markets being either embryonic or lacking specific methodology for the development of some key financial indicators; 
  • Limited skills in public structures in the area of capital markets in general and in the field of public debt markets in particular.

Objective of the workshop 

Overall, the objectives of hosting a training workshop for Liaison Officers are to increase the regional coverage of the data required by the Bank and to improve the quality of data collected. Specifically, the workshop will achieve the following objectives: 

  1. To present the updates on African Domestic Bond Fund (ADBF); 
  2. To present the recent developments of the financial sector in Africa;
  3. To improve the completeness and quality of data; 
  4. To improve the quality whilst also increasing the amount of data collected in all RMCs; 
  5. To increase finance ministers and central bank governors’ awareness on the importance of AFMI’s mandate.

Expected outcomes 

The expected outcomes of the workshop are: 

  1. To present updates on the African Domestic Bond Fund – ADBF listed on the Mauritius Stock Exchange on the 18th September 2018;
  2. Seek interest and receive commitment of additional investors for the ADBF;
  3. To initiate a dialogue platform with governments and Central Banks on public debt market management
  4. Reaffirmation by Liaison Officers to respect the timetable to update the data as required by the initiative and its website;
  5. Provide attendees with an understanding and appreciation of the importance of reliable, timely and accurate information for the financial markets.
  6. The Liaison Officers will have a better understanding of the value and use of the data they provide in advancing the development of local currency bond markets in Africa. 

Format of the workshop 

The Event will be opened to the public on the 29th October only. However, there will be closed sessions over three days (for the Central Banks Liaison Officers).


The workshop will bring together more than 40 Liaison Officers, officially appointed by their Central Bank Governors, Ministries of Finance and some representatives of national or sub-region organizations directly involved with collecting data on domestic financial markets and stakeholders from the private sector, insurances as well as well as potential investors. Overall the event is expected to bring together approximately 200 attendees. 

This year’s event will see the special participation of the Zambian Ministry of Finance as well as the Zambian Central Bank Governor.

Language of the workshop 

The conference and the workshops will be conducted in English. Simultaneous interpretation in French will be provided. 

Date and venue of the event 

The conference and workshops will be held at AVANI Victoria Falls Hotel,  Livingstone, Zambia on the 29th of October 2018.


For more information, please contact the AFMI team: 


Twitter: @afmi_afdb

Tel: +225 20 26 38 13/ 54 89


29th October

*Please note, this day is open to the public.*

08:00-08:30 Guests Registration

08:30-09:00 Welcome address

1) AfDB Country Manager Zambia

2) 10 years of AFMI Journey - Director of Financial Sector Development Department - AfDB

3) His Excellency the Central Bank Governor of Zambia

4) His Excellency the Ministry of Finance – Zambia

5) Group Photo

Session 1

09:00-09:15 – AfDB’s Regional Financial Integration Strategy

Mrs Mupotola Moono – Director Regional Integration, AfDB

09:15-09:45 – Presentation on Domestic Resource Funding

a) Mr Naresh Singh, General Manager Eskom.

b) Q&A

Session 2

09:45-10:45 – Panel 1 – African Capital Markets Initiatives

Ariyike Daramola (ETF and Indices Product Manager - Nigeria Stock Exchange) – Thapelo Tsheole (CoSSE Chairman) – Patrick Mutimba (Director Financial Sector Programme, MEFMI) – Stefan Nalletamby (Director, AfDB).

Moderator: Tom Minney, African Growth Partners Ltd

Expected outcomes:

  • Shed light on the value proposition of Partnerships for resource mobilization in addition to providing an update on the Bond Fund and different initiatives in the African Capital Markets.

10:45-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-12:00 Panel 2 – African Bond Markets Transparency

Eva Murigu Wanjiku (Africa Strategist, Standard Chartered) – Karim El-Shafei Mekky (Deputy Sector Head, Research & Markets Developments, Egyptian Exchange) – Cedric Mbeng Mezui (AfDB).

Moderator: Tom Minney, African Growth Partners Ltd

Expected outcomes:

  • Shed the light on investments constraints due to lack of data on LCBMs in Africa; cross borders investors and international investors

Session 3

12:00-13:00: AfDB’s contributions to deepening African LCBM

1. Presentation: 'Data Collection Tool & Platform', Theo Tonle (AFMI)Presentation: 'ADBMI', Albin Kakou (AfDB).

2. Presentation: 'ABABI, BADBC, BADBX (Bloomberg)', Thomas Alemayehu (Account Manager, Bloomberg).

Expected outcomes:

  • Elucidate the critical importance of the above mentioned products for the markets.
  • Have Bloomberg to clarify the selection criteria as well as the methodology of ABABI and the sub-indices.

13:00-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-14:20 Speech of Prof Leonce Ndikumana (Chair of Economics, Professor & Director, Africa Policy Program - Massachusetts University) on 'African Illicit Financial Flows'.

Q&A: 10 mins

14:30-15:00 ADBF Performance presentation - Abhimanyu Yadav (Head of Fixed Income & Currencies - MCB).


Session 4

15:00-16:00 – African Credit Risk profile

Joseph Rohm (MD Adventis & the Africa Financial Sector Deepening Fund – AFSD) – Aurelien Mali (Vice President, Senior Credit Officer - Moody’s) – Dr Nashwa Saleh (Managing Partner BAST Ratings) – Fabrice Toka (Head of Business & Corporate Development – Global Credit Rating Co).

Moderator: Guy Menan (Research and Knowledge Manager,  Making Finance Work for Africa – MFW4A)

16:00-16:15 Coffee Break

Session 5

16:15-17:15 Zambia Business Opportunity – Presentations Lusaka Stock Exchange, PANEX, CRYPTIVE 

Expected outcomes:

  • An opportunity for Zambia to present the country as an investment destination

Session 6

17:15-17:30 Conclusion of the Day and Recommendations – Chief Bond Markets Expert & AFMI Coordinator – AfDB.

19:00-24:00 Gala Evening (By Invitation Only)

Central Bank Governor Address

30th October

*Please note, this will be a closed session day for AFMI Central Banks Liaison Officers.*

08:50 – 09:00 Introduction

Session 1

09:00 – 09:45 Training on Debt Portfolio Management: Abhimanyu Yadav/ MCB

09:45 – 10:45 Yield Curve Development – Case Study (Eymen Errais and Judicael) & Presentation on the New Fixed Income Country Page (Albin Kakou)

10:45 - 11:00: Coffee Break

11:00 – 13:00 Workshops breakout sessions to validate data

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch Break

Session 2

14:00 – 16:00 Bourse Game

Expected outcomes:

  • Validate the data provided by the Liaison officers
  • Train the liaison officers on the utilization of the new data collection tool in order to have more timely, standardized and accurate data
  • Data Validation
  • Train the liaison officers to provide timely information to the AFMI team to update their respective new 'Fixed Income' country pages
  • Highlight the fundamental role of the yield curve development

16:00 – 16:15 Conclusions and recommendations day two

31st October

*Please note, this will be a closed session day for AFMI Central Banks Liaison Officers.*

08:30 – 10:30 Site Visit

11:00 – 14:00 Lunch

From 15:00 Delegates Departure

Speaker Bios

Mary Manneko MONYAU, Msc - ECON Country Manager of the African Development Bank in Zambia

Macro-economist with a proven and progressive track record of over 20 years attained in the African Development Bank, Central Bank of Lesotho, Macroeconomic and Financial Management Institute of Eastern and Southern Africa (MEFMI, Zimbabwe) and Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Lesotho. With accumulated knowledge and experience in high level policy dialogue, macroeconomic management, policy and strategy development, business development and project portfolio management, research and capacity development as well as forging of strategic partnerships. She is currently the Country Manager of the African Development Bank in Zambia. 

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Mr. Stefan Nalletamby - Director, Financial Sector Development Department, African Development Bank

Mr. Stefan Nalletamby is the Director for the Financial Sector Development Department at the African Development Bank (AfDB) since its creation in September 2014. He oversees Three Divisions spanning Financial Inclusion and Intermediation, Capital Markets Development, and Trade Finance. He was previously the Coordinator of the Making Finance Work for Africa (MFW4A) Partnership, a unique platform for African governments, the private sector, and development partners to coordinate financial sector development interventions across the continent. Prior to his position at MFW4A, he spent 10 years in the Finance complex of the AfDB. During his tenure as Advisor to the Vice President, Finance he designed and launched the African Financial Market Initiative (AFMI) to further develop local currency bond markets on the continent. Prior to that, he spent 9 years in the Treasury department, in positions spanning from Bond Portfolio manager to Group Treasurer. Before joining the AfDB, he spent 12 years in the international capital markets as a Bond Trader and Head of Bond Trading and Sales with BNP Paribas in Paris, Tokyo and Madrid.

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Jacob Maaga - CEO, PANEX

Jacob Maaga is the Founder and CEO of Panex. He serves on the Panex management committee and Board of Directors. He held FINRA Series 7, 63,65 and 66 licenses in the US. In his leadership role at Panex, Mr. Maaga leads the day to day management of the business. He designs and works with partners to develop and deploy Panex cloud-based trading system, electronic warehouse receipt, and clearing platforms. He also develops new trading products for the exchange. He collaborates with peers and regulators to facilitate a paradigm shift in financial services delivery across the continent of Africa and beyond. Mr. Maaga has been a distinguished panelist at the World Bank, NASP 2016 SADC conference, AGOA Forum, USAID and the Partnerships to cut hunger in Africa events among many others.

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Joseph Rohm 
- Managing Director, Adventis

Joseph is currently Managing Director and Co-Founder of Adventis, which is a leading Africa focused investment manager. He is also Portfolio Manager for The Africa Financial Sector Deepening Fund. He has 18 years of investment experience and previously managed the Africa public equity portfolios of Investec, which was the largest Africa Fund globally. He also sat on the Investec Investment Forum and the Investec Africa Macroeconomic Forum. Before that he was Portfolio Manager of the T Rowe Price Africa and Middle East portfolios, and was a Senior Emerging Market financial analyst at T Rowe Price, based in London, U.K. Before that he was a Global financial analyst at ABN AMRO, based in Amsterdam, Holland. He has degrees in Chemical Engineering and Commerce from the University of Cape Town, and a Master in Business Administration from the Netherlands Business School. He holds the UK Investment Certificate (CFA Level III).

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Dr Nashwa Saleh, CFA - Managing Partner, BAST Ratings

Dr. Nashwa Saleh, CFA, has more than 20 years’ experience across global EM with a special focus on EMEA. She has held various senior equity, debt and capital markets roles with a number of international organizations and regulatory bodies. Her track record spanned mandates with EBRD, AfDB, Central Bank of Egypt, S&P Global and KPMG Corporate Finance. She holds a PhD in Finance from Cass Business School on Early Warning Signals for Financial Crises, an MSc in Finance from London Business School and an undergraduate degree from the American University in Cairo and is author of An Anatomy of the Financial Crisis: Blowing Tumbleweed, 2010. Anthem Press Publishing. She speaks Arabic, English & French.

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Cédric Mbeng Mezui - Coordinator, African Bond Markets and African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI)

Cédric Mbeng Mezui is Chief African Bond Markets and leads the African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) at the African Development Bank. Since 2008, he has carried out field missions to finance projects (public and private) and the implementation of financial sector reforms in more than 40 countries in Africa and for more than $ 4 billion in total loans. In 2016, he led a transaction on “Partial Credit Guarantee on a Swap” which was awarded the “Deal of the Year” by African Banker. He has contributed to the creation / promotion of financial instruments and institutions such as: Africa50, ETF, project bonds, diaspora bonds, etc. Between 2014 and 2018, he led the designing, the structuring and the launch of the first multinational fixed income ETF in Africa, as well as the main data platform on African sovereign debt ( He is also the author of more than twenty articles and three books of which “Financer l’Afrique – densifier les systèmes financiers locaux” published in April 2017 (Paris). He contributed to the drafting of the “G20 Compact with Africa” in 2017. Cédric Mbeng, a Gabonese citizen, holds a Master’s Degree in Banking and Financial Engineering from Toulouse Business School and a Master’s in Money & Finance from the University of Lyon Lumière (France). He received in 2017, two important distinctions, as a “Driver of African Growth” – African Business Magazine and a “Financier de l’Année” (Financier of the Year) – Financial Afrik.

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Abhimanyu Yadav, PRM, CFA - Head of Fixed Income and Currencies, MCB Capital Markets

Abhimanyu Yadav is based in Mauritius and heads the fixed income team for the asset management arm of MCB Capital Markets. He joined the firm in May 2015 and has since helped grow its product offerings and investor reach, positioning it as a leading Africa focused asset manager. Prior to that, Abhi was a portfolio manager at MEAG New York, managing and trading $32 billion in various credit strategies. Abhi has extensive experience across multiple fixed income asset classes (credit – cash and derivatives, rates, commercial mortgages, CLOs) and geographies having worked in Asia, Europe, North America and Africa. Abhi is a graduate in Economics, certified as a Professional Risk Manager (PRM) and CFA Charterholder.

Fabrice Toka ,MBA - Head of Business and Corporate Development at Global Credit Ratings

Fabrice Toka is Head of Business and Corporate Development at Global Credit Ratings (GCR), the leading provider of credit ratings in Africa. Fabrice joined GCR from Fitch Ratings (Fitch) and has been in the rating industry for over 18 years. In his most recent role at Fitch, he was Head of business and relationship management for the Sub-Saharan Africa region. Prior to this, he was Fitch’s Office Head in South Africa. He has also served in several senior analytical roles within Fitch’s financial institutions and structured credit groups in New York. In the financial institutions group, he has worked on banks in Africa, the Caribbean and the US. In his last analytical position, he led the rating coverage of Canadian financial institutions. Fabrice is a graduate from The George Washington University, the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and Université Paris-Dauphine.

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Theophile Tonle, MSc - Knowledge Manager and Business Developer, African Financial Markets Initiative

Theophile Tonle joined the African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) at the AfDB as a Business Development Executive in 2016. Today, working on the strategy to raise $250.000.000 for the first African multijurisdictional ETF fixed Income Fund, namely the African Domestic Bond Fund (ADBF), Theophile also leads the knowledge Management of the AFMI team. His work currently focuses on liaising with internal and external stakeholders to improve visibility, knowledge and the critical role that the local currency bond markets could play in the financial markets in Africa. Prior to joining AFMI, Theophile's international career spans over more than 15 years working for international players such as BNP Paribas as a Project Manager in Paris. Theophile also worked as Advanced Equity Analytics Specialist at Bloomberg in London where, as part of the project team in charge of delivering solutions to clients, he was instrumental in building the AfDB/AFMISM Bloomberg® African Bond Index (ABABI). He co-founded and led an EMEA employee resource group and as a member of the Global Diversity Leadership Council, he was recognised as a Bloomberg Ambassador. Theophile fluently speaks 4 languages (French, English, Spanish and Italian) and is a graduate of the Salford University in Manchester where he studied International Banking and Finance.

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Albin Kakou - Senior Capital Markets Officer, AfDB

Albin Kakou is a Senior Investment Officer in the Capital Markets Division at the African Development Bank (AfDB). He is responsible for new products development, Insurance, and financial sector driven public budget support programmes. Prior to this, he has been a Fixed Income Analyst within the African Financial Markets Initiative for 2 years. His responsibilities included data analysis, technical assistance programmes, and capacity building; he has also been involved in the launch of the African Domestic Bond Fund, the first multijurisdictional pan African Fixed Income ETF. Prior to that, he worked for Silk Invest as a Portfolio Manager of 2 African Bond Funds, outperforming consistently similar strategies-based funds. Previously, he was a member of the European Pension Fund Advisory Team at Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking (London), and an FX Quantitative Analyst at HSBC and Lehman Brothers (London). He holds a Master's Degree in Quantitative Finance from Ecole Polytechnique (Paris).

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Stéphane Kamga, Ing - IT Architect, AFMI

Stéphane Kamga has worked in financial sector as an IT Architect at a higher level for many years before joined the African Financial Markets Initiative - AFMI at the AfDB as a Senior IT Advisor in 2016. Today, working as IT advisor Stéphane also leads the development of the AFMI Data portal. Stéphane has completed his Master’s degree in Computer Science in 1994 and has since worked as IT specialist in various sectors (Strategies & IT Governance, Bank-Finance, Telecommunications, Services, etc...), and in several countries (Ivory Coast, France, England, Cameroon, Chad, Burkina-Faso) just to name a few. With a strong implication in the financial markets, Stephane acts as an expert of financial markets with a deep knowledge of IT solutions. Stephane’s exposure to NTIC for more than 29 years has helped to remain at the front of IT evolution and be able to share the knowledge with others while maintaining an outstanding spirit of innovation and creativity.

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Judicael Guihy - Capital Markets Analyst, African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI)

Mr. Judicael Guihy is currently Capital Markets Data Analyst at the African Development Bank. He oversees AFMI’s database management and a network of 43 Central Banks’ liaison officers across Africa. He was previously AFMI’s research officer and has worked on the African bond markets since 2010. Mr GUIHY holds an MSc in Mathematics and a Master Degree in Financial Markets. He coordinated the publication of the African Yield Curve Guidebook released in December 2016.

Eva Wanjiku Murigu - Africa Strategist

Eva Wanjiku Murigu is an Africa Strategist based in Nairobi, Kenya. She focuses on foreign exchange and interest rate markets in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia and communicates their outlook to the bank’s clients both locally and internationally. She provides her insights to the bank’s and clients’ board of directors and senior management. She also represents the bank in different discussion panels and international authorities including Bloomberg and the US Securities exchange. 

Eva has led institutional client road shows which involve regular interactions with regional central banks and ministries of finance. She holds a First Class Honors Degree in Actuarial Science and is pursuing her Masters in Finance – Economic Policy at the University of London.

Afolake Oyinloye

Afolake Oyinloye
 - Journalist Africanews

Nigerian journalist Afolake Oyinloye is an expert commentator on ‘The Morning Call's Travel segment and a news anchor at Africanews. As a journalist, she has single-handedly produced documentaries and reports in various countries such as China, Hong Kong, The United Arab Emirates, France, Ghana, Benin, Ivory Coast, Togo and Senegal. Prior to joining Africanews, Afolake worked for Slate Africa in Paris, France 24, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Africa 24 TV.

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Tom Minney - CEO, African growth Partners Ltd

Specialist on capital markets and their contribution to economic development in Africa. Key areas include financial inclusion, strategy and communications. African Growth Partners works with securities exchanges, capital-markets institutions and regulators on strategy and execution - recent projects in southern and eastern Africa and in Azerbaijan include listings, outreach, regulatory capacity and SMEs. He is Company Secretary and advisor of fair trade global fashion group People Tree Fair Trade Group Limited. He was General Manager of the Namibian Stock Exchange at a time of fast growth and helped set up Nedcapital Namibia. In Ethiopia he worked with EY and a local innovative investment firm, including a share offer for a successful bank. He is an analyst, writer and journalist, editor of and contributor to teaching materials of Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment (CISI) and international journalist. Qualifications include: Master in Business Leadership (MBA), MA (Oxford), Association of Project Management, Member of the Institute of Consulting and stock-broker (Johannesburg).

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Guy R. Menan - Research and Knowledge Manager, Making Finance Work for Africa

Guy R. Menan is currently the Research and Knowledge Manager of Making Finance Work for Africa, a donor-funded Partnership hosted by the African Development Bank. Prior to joining the Bank program, he worked in a New-York-based advisory and equity research firm, focusing on frontier markets including central and west Africa capital markets. Guy has over 14 years of experience in the financial sector in Africa and the USA. He holds a MS-MBA in Finance from Kelley School of Business, Indiana University.

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Léonce Ndikumana - Professor of Economics and Director of the African Development Policy Program, University of Massachusetts

Léonce Ndikumana is Professor of Economics and Director of the African Development Policy Program at the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He served as Chief of the Macroeconomist Analysis Section at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, and Director of Research and Operational Policy at the African Development Bank. He is co-editor of Capital Flight from Africa: Causes, Effects and Policy Issues; co-author of Africa’s Odious Debt: How Foreign Loans and Capital Flight Bled a Continent, and La Dette Odieuse d’Afrique: Comment l’Endettement et la Fuite des Capitaux ont Saigné un Continent, in addition to dozens of academic articles and book chapters on African development and Macroeconomics. Léonce Ndikumana is a graduate of the University of Burundi and received his doctorate in economics from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

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Aurélien Mali - Vice President & Senior Credit Officer, Sovereign Risk Group / Moody's Investors Service

Aurélien Mali is currently Vice President Senior Credit Officer. He acts as the firm’s expert in Africa. His position is a combined lead analyst and analytical outreach/credit ambassador role. As a member of the Sovereign Risk Group since August 2002, he was involved in Moody’s sovereign ratings in Europe and the Middle East at the beginning of his career. Over the last 8 years, he has been at the forefront of Moody’s growing footprint in Africa. He has been sovereign lead or backup analyst for almost all sovereign issuers and multilateral development banks we rate in Africa. Aurelien was relocated to our Dubai office early 2013 from our London office. Aurelien manages a research programme that supports the development of Moody’s reputation for analytical insight and excellence. He also assumes a greater role in participating in regular Moody’s and third-party conferences on the continent, Africa-related investor briefings, and undertaking analytical outreach to inform and explain Moody’s credit judgments. Aurelien also supports other Moody’s franchises using his unique experience and visibility across multiple sectors and asset classes in the region. Finally, he remains the lead/backup sovereign analyst for few countries including Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Angola and South Africa. Aurélien holds a BSc in Economics and a postgraduate degree (DEA) in Money, Finance and Banking from the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris.


Date Title
09/11/2018 11:44

AFMI Presentation (3.24 MB)

09/11/2018 11:44

Cédric Mbeng - Speech (50 kB)

09/11/2018 11:44

Cryptive Invest - Presentation (313 kB)

09/11/2018 11:44

Dr Denny H Kalyalya - Govenor - Bank of Zambia - Speech (128 kB)

09/11/2018 11:44

Final Conculsions and Recommendations of the day (49 kB)

09/11/2018 11:44

Mary Monyau - Country Manager - Zambia Country Office - Speech (95 kB)

09/11/2018 11:44

MCB - ADBF Performance Presentation (1.48 MB)

09/11/2018 11:44

Moono Mupotola - AfDB - Reg Financial Int Strategy - Presentation (2.03 MB)

09/11/2018 11:50

Silas Simukoko - LuSE - Presentation (5.69 MB)

13/11/2018 17:11

Stefan Nalletamby - AfDB - Welcoming Remarks (100 kB)


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