In line with our objective of helping our African member countries become the primary destination for investments and leading exporters, we strive for visibility within Africa and beyond. We regularly host and participate in conferences around the world.
Annual General Meeting
Date: Tuesday, 20th April 2021 from 1500 – 1630hrs (CAT)
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About the event:
Join us for a virtual workshop, as we discuss and explore Malawi’s Renewable Energy Sector. We have a panel of experts lined up to take us through the various case studies in the renewable energy space in Malawi as well as to answer any sector-related questions.
Here is what you will learn from the virtual workshop:
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Date: le mardi, 1 Décembre 2020
Thème principal de l’événement: Perspectives d’une Afrique au-delà de la COVID-19
Le Programme: Programme événementiel
Lien d’inscription: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0vfuqtqTsjHdKJ02T_uz3CI5ZodZ2wvzyv
Contrairement aux années antérieures, l’année 2020 connait sur le plan mondial une révolution du paysage social, économique et politique du fait de la pandémie de la COVID-19. La présente édition de la table ronde met l’accent sur ce que cela implique pour l’Afrique. Sous la modération de Dr Robert Besseling, d’EXX Africa, nous envisageons l’avenir en évaluant les perspectives de croissance dans les mois à venir.
Les agences de notation jouent un rôle très important pour déterminer les perspectives de nombreux pays africains. La session abordera également les questions actuelles et thématiques relatives aux notations et à Ia remise de dette – Les tendances en Afrique reflèteront-elles celles du monde entier et quel rôle l’Initiative de Suspension du Service de la Dette (DSSI) pourrait-elle jouer dans les décisions de notation? Les perspectives sont-elles empreintes d’optimisme, de pessimisme ou de réalisme? David Rogovic, Vice-Président, Analyste Principal, du Groupe Risque Souverain chez Moody’s Investors Service, examinera ces questions et bien d’autres.
Pour y répondre, nous avons invité quatre pays africains – le Ghana, le Sénégal, le Togo et l’Ouganda. Le ministre sénégalais de l’Economie, du Plan et de la Coopération, S.E. M Amadou HOTT, lancera les activités de cette année. Salué par la communauté internationale pour son succès dans la gestion des impacts sanitaires de la pandémie, le Sénégal constitue un modèle pour le reste du continent. S.E.M Hott apportera de lumière sur les plans de croissance du Sénégal dans le cadre de son positionnement post-COVID.
Nous espérons que vous nous rejoindrez pour une discussion enrichissante sur les risques principalement posés par la pandémie, pour clôturer l’année et faire le point sur la situation en Afrique.
Date: Tuesday, 1 December 2020
Theme: Prospects for Africa beyond COVID-19
Registration Link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0vfuqtqTsjHdKJ02T_uz3CI5ZodZ2wvzyv
Program: Event program
In a year like no other, the COVID-19 pandemic is changing the social, economic and political landscape globally. In this edition of the Roundtable, we focus on what this means for Africa. With expert moderation provided by Dr. Robert Besseling of EXX Africa, we take a future perspective by looking at the prospects for growth in the coming months.
Ratings agencies play an outsized role in determining the prospects for many African countries. The session will also address current and topical questions related to ratings and debt forgiveness – Will trends in Africa mirror those around the world and what role could the Debt Service Suspension Initiative (DSSI) play in the ratings decisions? Is the outlook one of Optimism, Pessimism or Realism? David Rogovic, Vice President – Senior Analyst, Sovereign Risk Group at Moody’s Investors Service will address these questions and more.
In response, we have invited four African countries – Ghana, Senegal, Togo and Uganda to give their take on these issues. Senegal’s Minister of Economy, Planning and Cooperation, H.E. Amadou Hott, will kick off this year’s programme. Lauded by the international community for its successful handling of the pandemic, Senegal is in many ways a beacon for the rest of the continent and H.E. Hott will shed some light on Senegal’s plans for future growth as they move into a post-COVID positioning.
We hope you will join us for an illuminating discussion on the risks primarily posed by the pandemic, that may serve as a year-end wrap-up and a future look at the state of play in Africa!
Date: 4 – 5 July 2019
Location: Golden Tulip, Cotonou – Benin
The Republic of Benin hosts ATI’s 19th Annual General Meeting in Cotonou. This year’s events feature the annual Investor Roundtable, an invitation-only event that provides a unique opportunity for global investors and financial sector players to come to Africa for a day of intimate discussion with African decision-makers and industry heads. Investors from around the world are expected to attend along with ministers of finance from Côte d’Ivoire, Niger and Senegal among others.
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Date: 13th & 14th March 2019
Location: The Cape Town International Convention Centre
We are proud to announce that the African Trade Insurance Agency will be taking part as a Bronze Sponsor at this year’s Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Africa conference taking place on the 13th and 14th March 2019 at The Cape Town International Convention Centre.
Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Africa is the only event on the continent to provide local and international banks, corporates, investors and government officials a platform to learn about new developments in the debt markets and understand the full range of products available to local issuers and borrowers.
Whether you are looking to become more involved in the continent or expand your existing business, this is a prime opportunity for you to meet the key players in the market and develop your knowledge on what is next for Africa’s debt markets.
Join us and hear from John Lentaigne, Chief Underwriting Officer, African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI), who will be joining the panel ‘Africa’s development conundrum: How debt capital markets can bridge the infrastructure and power funding gap’.
As part of our sponsorship, we would like to invite you to join us at our specially discounted rate of 20% off. To register, enter the promotional code ATI20 on the website www.BondsLoansAfrica.com or contact Hannah Bryant on Hannah.Bryant@GFCMediaGroup.com for more information.
Date: Monday, 26 November, 2018
Country: Abuja, Nigeria
Time: 0800 – 1700hrs
The programme can be downloaded from here
With support from the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Germany’s Development Bank, KfW, we have developed expertise and experience in the power sector and an understanding of the risks that IPPs face. IPPs in Kenya have a number of challenges, which mirrors the situation in many other African countries. The forum is co-hosted by ATI and IPFA (International Project Finance Association), to which ATI is a member. Based in London, IPFA is an association for organisations involved in infrastructure and energy. For more information, please reach out to email@example.com
The Government of Côte d’Ivoire will host this year’s event and the event will take place at the Sofitel Hotel Ivoire in Abidjan.
This unique event, which is also called ATI’s Investor Day, takes place on the sidelines of ATI’s annual general meeting. The objective of this event is to provide a platform for African governments and both international and local private sector players to speak honestly and openly about challenges facing investors in some countries and alternately the obstacles to African governments in accessing financing. Highlights and participants from the 2017 Roundtable in Nairobi, Kenya
ATI, together with the Government of Kenya, is co-hosting the Berne Union’s Annual Spring Meeting. This will be the first time the meeting has been held in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Berne Union is the umbrella body of the world’s largest export credit agencies and private insurers, which combined, insure 10% of global trade annually. ATI is one of only two African institutional members in this global body