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Workshop: The African Approach to the Implementation of International Standards for Banking Supervision and the Basel Capital Framework
28.04.2011 - 29.04.2011 | Kampala, Uganda
Making Finance Work for Africa convened African central banks and development partners to discuss the future of banking regulation and supervision in Africa.
Financial Crisis - Monetary and Financial Economics - Governance Issues - Risk
The 20th OECD Global Forum on Public Debt Management and Emerging Government Securities Markets
Securities Markets Annual Conference: Emerging Local Bond Markets Post-Crisis: Challenges, and Next Steps
15.06.2010 - 16.06.2010 | Washington DC, USA
The global financial crisis raised important challenges for emerging local bond markets, from having to respond to excessive foreign outflows to determining how to regulate securities firms and products in the future. The Securities Markets Annual Conference will consider the impact of the crisis on local currency bond markets in Africa and elsewhere, and critical steps in their development going forward.
The 4th Global Conference on Housing Finance for Emerging Markets is an event jointly organized by the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation (IFC).
The Africa Banking Forum 2010 is a two-day conference hosted by a large panel of financial institution experts, consultants, capital funds managers, academics, monetary policy makers, and CEOs from African banks. This event will bring together more than 300 delegates representing nearly 25 countries to share their views and insights on the African banking sector.
Established in 1993, The Corporate Council on Africa is a nonpartisan 501(c) 3 membership organization dedicated to strengthening the commercial relationship between the U.S. and Africa.