– Doing Business in Uganda (East Africa), Cross border Trading, Access to UK Supply Chain, Partnerships and Projects Financing
• Partnering with London Chamber of Commerce and DIT to leverage Private Sector participation in Uganda
• How can UK increase institutional investment into Uganda
• Given UK’s financing offer at hand, where will it be best placed to support Uganda? (Prof. Pamela Mbabazi, Chairperson National Planning Authority)
• Geopolitical outlook: Mapping an increasingly complex financing landscape.
• What are the UK plans to boost investment in East Africa (Uganda)?
• Could the evolving geopolitical outlook impact the availability of funding for East African infrastructure, and will this be to the gain of those conducting short term trade deals? With China seemingly set to reduce exposure to large projects, which private and developmental financing players sectors are poised to play a role in East African trade and infrastructure development?
• Sharing the success of the Aga Khan Development Network in various investment sectors in Uganda. What are the challenges and where do you see opportunities? (Amin Mawji OBE (Aga Khan Development Network), Private Sector Insight)
• Empowering companies to accelerate operations in frontier markets through better foreign exchange, treasury services, payments, and last-mile settlement. (Elizabeth Rossiello, Founder and CEO, AZA Finance)
– Richard Burge, Chief Executive of the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry
– Subhash Thakrar, Former Chairman of the London Chamber of Commerce
– Amin Mawji OBE, Aga Khan Development Network
– Elizabeth Rossiello, Founder and CEO, AZA Finance