10 November 2022: Mazars is proud to sponsor the awards ceremony of the Africa Financial Industry Summit (AFIS) which will take place on 28-29 November in Lomé, Togo. In addition, Mazars experts will participate in panels and roundtables to share perspectives on key topics and trends in the financial sector.
AFIS: a key event for the financial services industry in Africa
The Africa Financial Industry Summit is the leading business event for financial industry C-Suite executives in Africa. This in-person conference brings together over 600 people, including the most influential leaders, regulators, and institutions of African finance. To learn more about the summit, you can visit their website. The awards ceremony aims to highlight outstanding success stories and recognise the leading players of the financial industry across the region in four categories: African Champion, Disrupter of the year, Woman Leader and Central Bank Governor.
Celebrating African success and sharing insightful perspectives
Following a successful partnership as ‘Knowledge Partner’ in 2021, we are proud to sponsor the awards ceremony this year to shine a light on the top achievements and most inspiring personalities of the continent. We will also be welcoming Mazars Partner, Charles de Boisriou on stage to distribute one of the awards during the ceremony.
Mazars will be well represented with a delegation of 14 Mazars experts from eight countries: Benin, France, Ivory Coast, Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa and Tunisia.
In addition, Mazars partners will share their expertise in key panels and roundtables:
- Charles de Boisriou will be a panelist at the plenary, ‘AfCFTA: Could the African financial sector be an engine for growth?’;
- Souad El Ouazzani will facilitate discussions in, ‘Generating higher returns in sustainable finance for corporate clients’;
- Taha Ferdaous will be the moderator of the strategic roundtable, ‘From Covid-19 to inflation: Central bank strategies in the face of troubled economies’;
- Zied Loukil will moderate another strategic roundtable, ‘AfCFTA: How to advance towards harmonised monetary policies’.
You can view the full programme here.