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  • INVESTMENT summitW E S T A F R I C AININGJune 3-6, 2013 • Grange City Hotel, LondonREGISTER ONLINE AT: WWW.WESTAFRICAINVESTMENTSUMMIT.COM OR BY CALLING US ON: +44 (0)20 7216 6056INVESTMENT summitW E S T A F R I C AININGJune 3-6, 2013 • Grange City Hotel, LondonOFFICIAL MEDIAORGANISED BYIN ASSOCIATIONWITHSUPPORTEDBYInvesting in West African gold and iron ore mining: overcoming risks and maximising investment returnsLondon • Hong Kong • Beijing • AustraliaRoland JanssensDeputyHeadfortheEmergingAfricaInfrastructureFundFrontier MarketsFund ManagersUnited KingdomM C ThomasExecutive-In-Charge,WestAfricaTata SteelIvory CoastBert KothDirectorDenham CapitalUnited KingdomTom HollFund Manager,NaturalResourcesBlackrockUnited KingdomKirill KozenyashevHead of Strategyand BusinessDevelopmentSeverstalResourcesRussiaSahr WondayDirector GeneralNationalMinerals AgencyRepublic ofSierra LeoneJosephMathewsCEOWest AfricaArcelorMittalLuxembourgJohn WongPortfolioManagerCQS New CityInvestmentsUnited KingdomEd BowieFund ManagerAltus CapitalUnited KingdomConfirmed speakersOther confirmed speakersADVANCE PROGRAMME� Understand how to establish a clear riskand reward balance when developing yourproject� Hear how you could maximise investmentreturns while mitigating risks� Develop a clearer view on the changinglegal framework in areas like royalties andtaxes� Know the views of major investors and theirappetite for the regions’ mining companies� Evaluate future business opportunitiesprovided by new large scale projectsand what benefit they may have for yourbusiness� Meet and network with investors, minersand financiers at the leading forum focusedon West African mining investmentBenefits of attending:Sectors covered include:Investment Gold Governments Iron ore Finance Bauxite CopperREGISTERbyMay3andSAVE£100Alexandra SunManagingDirectorMount KellettCapitalManagementHong KongWhy sponsor or exhibit?Ministerial keynote speeches:� Hon. Minister Dr Amadou Baba SY,Ministry of Mines, Republic of Mali� Hon. Minister Musa MohammedSada, Ministry of Mines and SteelDevelopment, Federal Republic ofNigeria� Hon. Minister Alhaji Minkailu Mansaray,Ministry of Mines and Mineral Resources,Republic of Sierra Leone� Hon. Deputy Minister of OperationsSam G. Russ, Ministry of Mines, Landsand Energy, Republic of Liberia� Hon. Minister of Mines and Energy SalifLamoussa Kabore, Ministry of Mines andEnergy, Burkina Faso� Hon. Minister Aly Ngouille Ndiaye,Ministry of Mines and Energy, Republicof SenegalAlhassane Haidara, Chief Investment Officer,African Development Bank, TunisiaMatthew Turner, Precious Metals Analyst,Macquarie, United KingdomPhillip Killicoat, Vice President,Credit Suisse, United KingdomSilver SponsorGold SponsorMaximize your involvementAs a gathering of West African miners and investors underone roof, the conference is an unrivalled networking andbusiness development platform for companies who aretargeting the sector.With one of our bespoke sponsorship packages you can:• Position yourself as a key player• Make new contacts• Demonstrate expertise• Gain prime exposure to senior decision makers• Showcase your company’s activitiesJunior miners can give 10min ‘spotlight’ presentations to investorsand take exhibition space to profile their company and projects.To discuss tailored sponsorship options please call:Peter Braham on +44 20 7812 8439 ore-mail peter.braham@resourcefulevents.com
  • INVESTMENT summitW E S T A F R I C AININGJune 3-6, 2013 • Grange City Hotel, LondonREGISTER ONLINE AT: WWW.WESTAFRICAINVESTMENTSUMMIT.COM OR BY CALLING US ON: +44 (0)20 7216 6056June 3-6, 2013 • Grange City Hotel, LondonThe west African mining sector is an areawith high risks but high rewards. Investorinterest in high grade commodities like goldand iron ore continues to exist and investorssee the region as one of the few major frontiermarkets left globally. With the significance ofmining developments in the region increasing,Resourceful Events, an associate company of Mining Journal and Mines and Money brings you theWest Africa Mining Investment Summit in London on June 3-6.Political concerns sit high on the agenda of those operating here. With fast developing mineral projectsthe legal, tax and royalties framework is altering. From a review of mining projects in Guinea to increasedtaxes in Burkina Faso the industry faces challenges. However, high returns are available and if risks arequantified and managed, there is excellent investment potential in the region. The conference will providea chance for you to understand how you could maximise these returns for your investment in the regionwhile managing the risks.Major areas of interest for the investment sector include iron ore and gold amongst other commodities.With excellent grades available, mining companies, fund managers and financiers can take advantage ofthe strong business opportunities presented by West African mining. The conference in June will providea forum to discuss these investments and for companies to meet with investors. With excellent networkingopportunities available and a spotlight drawn on West African mining and your project, can you afford tomiss out?Recent attendees to ourLondon investment eventsinclude:Aberdeen Gould Capital MarketsAberforth PartnersAbydos Capital ManagementAdelante Asset ManagementAltus Resource CapitalAnglo Pacific GroupAnglo-Suisse CapitalArlington Asset ManagementAxion InvestmentBaker Steel Capital ManagersBarclays Asset ManagementBaring Asset ManagementBergen Asset ManagementBlack River Asset ManagementBlackRock World Mining FundBlueCrest Capital ManagementCanada LifeCD CapitalCheviot Asset ManagementChrystal CapitalCommodity Discovery FundDenham Capital ManagementDoyen CapitalFirst ReserveFirst State InvestmentsGalena Asset ManagementGeneration Asset ManagementGreenpark CapitalGrove Capital GroupHBS Financial PlanningInfraRed Capital PartnersInvestec Asset ManagementJP MorganKairos Investment ManagementMacquarie CapitalMaoming Investment ManagerMars Asset ManagementMelbury CapitalMerce InvestmentsMeridian CapitalNew City Investment ManagersOdey Asset ManagementPactum Asset ManagementPallinghurst ResourcesPathway CapitalPhoenix Gold FundPictet Asset ManagementPolygon Investment PartnersPrecious CapitalRAB CapitalResource Capital FundsRMB ResourcesSalamanca Capital ResourcesSchroder InvestmentShard Capital PartnersSoditic Asset ManagementSpartacus CapitalStanhill Capital PartnersTamimi InvestmentTellus Investment PartnersThani InvestmentsThe Lind PartnersThe Mongolia FundThe Sentient GroupTMS InvestmentsWest Yorkshire Pension FundWestoria CapitalYorkville AdvisorsZUPA InvestmentsDay AM PMMondayJune3Pre-conference workshop: Mitigating risks in West African miningPolitical and project risks: understanding how you can establish a clear risk and rewardbalance when developing your projectTuesdayJune4ConferenceDayOne� Session I: Opportunities in West African mining:what is the risk-reward outlook for this regionand how will the industry develop?� Session II: The appetite for risk amongst inves-tors. How is this changing and where does WestAfrica sit in their current perceptions?� Session III: Gold: how can investors get the bestexposure to highly productive gold projects?� Session IV: Iron ore: managing global price pressures.Will West Africa be the next Pilbara?WednesdayJune5ConferenceDayTwo� Session V: Evaluating the long term developmentof West Africa’s mining industry� Session VI: Clever finance: with high risks but bigpotential rewards in West Africa what types offinance could your organisation use to comple-ment equity investment?� Session VII: From mine to market: what solutions areavailable for bulk projects to get their material tothe market?� Session VIII: Legal challenges: how will royalties andtaxes develop and what does this mean for yourinvestment?Thurs-dayJune6Post-conference workshop Tackling the legal framework of West African countries:how can you manage legal compliance in this changing region?Programme at a glanceRegister early to SAVERegister by May 3 toSAVE £100 on your registration feeFor Exhibition,Sponsorship and Spotlight Presentation Opportunities,e-mail matthew.knight@resourcefulevents.comor call +44 (0)20 7216 6090To register as a delegate contact customer service on+44 (0) 207 216 6056, email cs@resourcefulevents.com,or you can register online atwww.westafricainvestmentsummit.com
  • INVESTMENT summitW E S T A F R I C AININGJune 3-6, 2013 • Grange City Hotel, LondonREGISTER ONLINE AT: WWW.WESTAFRICAINVESTMENTSUMMIT.COM OR BY CALLING US ON: +44 (0)20 7216 6056June 3-6, 2013 • Grange City Hotel, LondonPANELKEYNOTESPANELGOVERNMENTKEYNOTEKEYNOTESMonday, June 3, 2013Pre-conference workshop: Mitigatingrisks in West African miningTuesday, June 4, 2013Conference Day OnePolitical and project risks: understandinghow you can establish a clear risk and rewardbalance when developing your project Workshop chair and leader: Tara O’Connor, ManagingDirector, Africa Risk Consulting, United Kingdom09:00 Registration opens09:30 Workshop Chairwoman’s Opening Remarks09:40 To what extent can political risk be managedthrough improved community relations andtherefore increase investment in your business? • Examples of political risks in West Africa: howcan they be best managed in the long term? • The importance of community relations: whatis best practice and how can it benefit youroperation? • How are your competitors mitigating politicalrisk and what should you do to keep ahead? Speaker: Tara O’Connor, Managing Director,Africa Risk Consulting, United Kingdom10:40 Networking coffee break11:00 Planning and preparation: how should youevaluate your business partners and thepolitical environment? • Relations with the government and localpartners: how can these be managed in themost productive way? • Business rights in your region: how can youassure these are met and understood clearly? Speaker: Toby Duthie, Partner, Forensic RiskAlliance, United Kingdom12:00 Networking Lunch13:15 Large project security from the Africanperspective: evaluating what can be learntfrom other projects • Plans for entry and exit: what should you have inplace to assure there is a smooth transfer? • Insurance and backups: how should you evaluatepolicies and get the right cover? • Case studies: applying past experiences to theWest African mining sector Speaker: Rob Andrew, Managing Director,Newport Africa, Kenya14:15 Networking coffee break14:40 Evaluating global write downs in the miningindustry and how the risk of these can bemitigated • Assessing what went wrong: how can yourbusiness learn from these occurrences? • To what extent will this continue to impact themining industry and share prices? • How can the needs of all stakeholders bebalanced for future mining investment?15:40 Close of pre-conference workshop08:00 Registration opens08:55 Chairman’s Introductory remarksSession I: Opportunities in West Africanmining: what is the risk-reward outlook forthis region and how will the industry develop? Keynote presentations:09:00 Quantifying and managing political risk:how likely is it that political stability couldaffect miners and investors alike? • Unrest: how are civil wars, corruption anddisputes affecting the overall perception of theregion by investors? • To what extent can this risk be quantified andmanaged by mining groups? • What is the long term outlook for politicalstability in the region and how is it likely toaffect your businesses future growth? Speaker: Joseph Mathews, CEO West Africa,ArcelorMittal, Luxembourg09:30 The role of the private sector in developingeconomies: a force for sustainable good? • The importance of the private sector in driving theglobal development agenda in Africa • Economic development, environmental protectionand social cohesion: the extractive industry’scontribution and how this benefits mining projects • What can be learnt from African Minerals’Sustainability Journey? • How will the G8 and developed economiescontinue to support inward investment andempowerment of governments through naturalresource licensing? Keith Calder, CEO, African Minerals, UK Government keynote speeches:10.00 Panel presentations: How do governmentsplan to facilitate more investment into WestAfrican mining? • What are the government’s strategies forroyalties, laws and taxes and can you anticipate it? • How will governments provide support forboth key hard and soft infrastructure? What cangovernments do to promote investment? • To what extent do governments rate resourcesas vital to their economies and what could thisperception mean for your business? • How will governments balance tax revenuesalongside the need to encourage investment? • How can governments balance the need forinvestment into local communities without puttingoff mining groups? Chairman: Philip Baum, Chairman, Nord GoldN.V., The Netherlands Panellists:Hon. Minister Dr Amadou Baba SY, Ministry ofMines, Republic of MaliHon. Minister Musa Mohammed Sada, Ministry ofMines and Steel Development, Federal Republicof NigeriaHon. Deputy Minister of Operations Sam G.Russ, Ministry of Mines, Lands and Energy,Republic of LiberiaHon. Minister Alhaji Minkailu Mansaray, Ministryof Mines and Mineral Resources, Republic ofSierra LeoneHon. Minister of Mines and Energy SalifLamoussa Kabore, Ministry of Mines and Energy,Burkina FasoHon. Minister Aly Ngouille Ndiaye, Ministry ofMines and Energy, Republic of Senegal11:30 Networking coffee breakSession II: The appetite for risk amongstinvestors. How is this changing and where doesWest Africa sit in their current perceptions?Chairman: Charles Gibson, Director, Sector Head Mining,Edison Investment Research, UK12:00 All about grade: balancing the opportunitypresented by high grade material againstthe risks in West African mining • How do West African iron ore and gold gradescompare to global markets and how is thisviewed in the minds of investors? • To what extent will higher grade attractinvestment for your business? • What is the outlook for the long term: is therelikely to be a slowdown in the uptake of equitiesand what could it mean for your business? Speaker: Tom Holl, Fund Manager, NaturalResources, Blackrock, United Kingdom12:30 Panel discussion: investor perceptions of the risksand rewards in West African mining • How do investors view the changing political riskin the region and what does this mean for longterm investment? • With changing taxation and royalties how is thisaffecting levels of interest? • How much do investors and fund managersvalue community relations projects? • The drop in iron ore prices and investoropinions. How will high grade West Africanprojects compete in the global market? • To what extent are North American investorslosing their appetite for West Africa and howcan they be reengaged? • At what level are political issues in Mali affectinginvestment interest for the whole region? • Is the market discounting West African miningequities too much leading to an investmentupside? Should you be taking advantage of this? Chair: Charles Gibson, Director, Sector HeadMining, Edison Investment Research, United Kingdom Panellists: Bert Koth, Director, Denham Capital, United Kingdom John Wong, Portfolio Manager, CQS New CityInvestments, United Kingdom Ed Bowie, Fund Manager, Altus Capital, UnitedKingdom Alexandra Sun, Managing Director, Mount KellettCapital Management, Hong Kong Georges Lequime, Investment Advisor, Earth ResourceInvestment Group, UK13:10 Mining codes and the changing licencestructure in the region: how are governmentschanging the legal framework and what doesthis mean for your project? • Guinean government changes in mining codes:to what extent is this a concern for investors? • Licences and stability: what has happened inWest Africa and why? • To what extent will the growing trend of freecarry affect your investment and how can this befactored in to your project plan?13:30 Networking lunch breakSession III: Gold: how can investorsget the best exposure to highly productivegold projects?14:45 West African gold: evaluating factors thatwill affect global gold prices and how it willimpact your business, a gold miners’ view • To what extent does West Africa continue tobe an opportunity for the development of goldproduction in comparison to other regions? • With low global economic growth to whatextent will the gold price forecast continue tobe bullish? • QE in the USA and Europe: how will this impactgold prices in the long term and what does thismean for West African gold miners? 15:05 With the cost of production rising andthe outlook for gold changing what is thelong term outlook for West African goldprojects? • To what extent do investors still continue toview gold in this region and globally as a goodopportunity? • The market dynamics for gold: how will globalgold prices impact your business and itsdevelopments? • To what extent are investors likely to continue tofavour gold over iron ore in this region? Speaker: Matthew Turner, Precious MetalsAnalyst, Macquarie, United Kingdom Spotlight presentations:A chance to showcase your investment opportunityto a large investor audience • Simon Meadows Smith, Managing Director,SEMS Exploration, Ghana • TBC • TBC15:40 Networking coffee breakSession IV: Iron ore: managing global pricepressures. Will West Africa be the nextPilbara?15:50 Iron ore supply, demand and pricingoutlook: how much of an impact will priceshave on your project? • With steel production growth challenges inChina, what is the long term outlook for pricingand how could it impact the development ofyour operations? • To what extent are investors put off from WestAfrican iron ore developments? Will pricesrecover and will investors be reengaged? • How will iron ore prices impact projects inWest Africa and what does this mean for yourbusiness? Speaker: David Tucker, Managing Consultant– Steelmaking Raw Materials, Hatch BeddowsStrategy Consulting, UK
  • INVESTMENT summitW E S T A F R I C AININGJune 3-6, 2013 • Grange City Hotel, LondonREGISTER ONLINE AT: WWW.WESTAFRICAINVESTMENTSUMMIT.COM OR BY CALLING US ON: +44 (0)20 7216 6056June 3-6, 2013 • Grange City Hotel, LondonWednesday, June 5, 2013Conference Day TwoThursday, June 6, 2013Post-conference workshop16:20 What is the forecast outlook for iron oresupply in West Africa and what will it meanfor you and the global market? • With large amounts of projects in developmentwhat are the likely volumes to come on stream? • What do these volumes mean for your businessand how can you place yourself to gain newcustomers? • To what extent will West African iron ore affectglobal pricing and supply? Speaker: Kirill Kozenyashev, Head of Strategyand Business Development, Severstal Resources,Russia Spotlight presentations:A chance to showcase your investment opportunityto a large investor audience • TBC • TBC • TBC16:50 Iron ore derivatives: examining the pros andcons of hedging and locking in prices • The growth of the use of swaps and options.How can you take advantage of hedging? • Balancing the benefits of locking in price againstlosing exposure to potential profits? • How does this benefit debt financeopportunities for your project? Speaker: Phillip Killicoat, Vice President, CreditSuisse, United Kingdom17:20 Close of day one followed by a networkingdrinks receptionNote: Resourceful Events reserve the right to alter the venue, timingsand/or speakers. © Resourceful Events Limited.08:30 Registrations opens09:30 Chairman’s opening remarksSession V: Evaluating the long termdevelopment of West Africa’s mining industry09:30 Assessing project development: how aremajor companies evaluating the future ofWest African iron ore? • To what extent do majors see West African ironore as a long term investment? • From codes to taxes: how do major groups viewthe risks of West African mining and how willthis affect your business? • A case study: how could projects be developedin the best way to deal with the changing legaland political framework? M C Thomas, Executive-In-Charge, West Africa, TataSteel, Ivory Coast09:50 Evaluating the development of theNational Minerals Agency: what doesthis mean for Sierra Leonean miningdevelopment in the long term? • What is the long term strategy of the agencyand what objectives does it have over the nextfive years? • How will this affect mining companies andinvestors into the region? • How does the agency view existing miningcontracts and their developments in the long term?Sahr Wonday, Director General, NationalMinerals Agency, Republic of Sierra LeoneSession VI: Clever finance: with high risks butbig potential rewards in West Africa whattypes of finance could your organisation useto complement equity investment?10:20 Equipment finance case study: how canthis provide what you require while alsolowering risks? • How does this lower risk form of finance appealto banks and how could it benefit your business? • ECAs and the opportunity to redeploy theequipment elsewhere: what are the benefits foryou? • Case study: the success of the African Mineralspackage with RRL GrindrodRegister by May 3 to SAVE £300To register as a delegate contact customerservice on +44 (0) 207 216 6056, emailcs@resourcefulevents.com or you can registeronline at www.westafricainvestmentsummit.comTackling the legal framework of West Africancountries: how can you manage legalcompliance in this changing region?Workshop leader: John Ffooks, Senior Partner, John WFfooks & Co, Madagascar and Francophone Africa09:00 Registration opens09:30 Workshop Chairman’s Opening Remarks09:40 West African mining codes: assessing likelyfuture changes and if clarity will improve • Evaluating the current mining codes across theregion in key mining jurisdictions • To what extent are the codes likely to change inthe future and how will this impact you? • Comparing and contrasting mining codes acrossthe region and the potential for harmonisation10:40 Networking coffee break11:00 The long term outlook for resourcenationalism: how is the industry likely to beable to cope? • Assessing the importance of stabilisationagreements for your project and how a stronglegal relationship with the government can beestablished • What is the long term outlook for resourcenationalism in West Africa and what could itmean for your project’s economics? • Pre-emptive contract re-negotiation – a case study • How will increasing emphasis on localprocurement affect your business?12:00 Networking lunch13:15 Efficient management of taxes: how cancompanies deal with changing tax regimes? • Structuring your company in the correct way toefficiently manage tax • Assessing future tax changes and how they willaffect you14:15 Networking coffee break14:40 International arbitration and local courts:what can be done when things go wrong? • A case study of First Quantum Minerals case inthe DRC: what can be learnt from this? • Evaluating company structures: how can yoube best placed to take advantage of bilateraltreaties?15:40 Chairman’s closing remarks15:50 Close of workshop and conferencePANEL10:50 How can financing be improved by the role ofIFIs in the region and what are their long termstrategies for developing West African mining? • Involvement in mining projects: what are IFIsdoing and what opportunities could this providefor your business? • How are IFIs stimulating economies in theregion and what could this mean for your miningproject or investment? • Local procurement emphasis: what will thismean for your purchasing team? Ignacio De Calonje, Principal Investment Officer,Infrastructure and Natural Resources, InternationalFinance Corporation, USA11:20 Networking coffee breakSpotlight presentations:A chance to showcase your investmentopportunity to a large investor audience • TBC • TBC • TBC12:00 Panel discussion: From developmentalto project finance: what facilities are bestsuited for West African mining? • With the great move to find different forms ofnon-equity finance how can you determine ifdebt finance is right for you? • Assessing the role of IFIs in West African miningand the long term impact of their support for itsdevelopment • How can types of finance be combined to createa less risky package? How could this help youmeet your project goals? • Prepayment for production: how is this viewedby the finance community and is it a good wayto get your project into production? • What risks are on the mind of financiers whenevaluating projects and how can these bemitigated? Panellists: Alhassane Haidara, Chief Investment Officer,African Development Bank, Tunisia Ignacio De Calonje, Principal Investment Officer,Infrastructure and Natural Resources, InternationalFinance Corporation, USA Andor Lips, Vice President, Metals and Mining, INGBank, The Netherlands13:00 Networking lunchSession VII: From mine to market: what solutionsare available for bulk projects to get their materialto the market?14:30 Can collaboration with your competitorsoffer an advantage to your business whenbuilding vital infrastructure? • Evaluating whether or not working with acompetitor can make mine to port infrastructuremore economic: case studies • What are the risks of working with yourcompetitors if they progress at a different rate? • Paying for access: to what extent will largeinfrastructure projects benefit you?15:00 Financing key mine to port infrastructure:how can you determine what is right foryour project? • How can strategic partnerships provide anopportunity for your business and who shouldyou target? • What do financiers look for when providingmoney for infrastructure and how can you meetthese specifications? • How can multi-user agreements effect thefinance of this infrastructure? Roland Janssens, Deputy Head for the EmergingAfrica Infrastructure Fund, Frontier Markets FundManagers, United Kingdom15:30 Networking coffee breakSession VIII: Legal challenges: how willroyalties and taxes develop and what doesthis mean for your investment?16:00 Resource development in West Africa andgovernment policies: how will this impactWest Africa and your operations? • How are royalties and taxes developing in someregions and how does this compare to otherWest African developments? • How does West Africa compare to South Africa:are investors turning to West Africa as a betterplace to get returns? • How are developments in royalties and taxeslikely to impact investment in the long term? • Supporting mining growth: assessing thedevelopment of a transparent legislativeframework? Natznet Tesfay, Head of Africa Forecasting,Exclusive Analysis (IHS), United Kingdom16:30 Mining codes and the changinglicence structure in the region: how aregovernments changing the legal frameworkand what does this mean for your project? • Guinean government changes in mining codes:to what extent is this a concern for investors? • Licences and stability: what has happened inWest Africa and why? • To what extent will the growing trend of freecarry affect your investment and how can thisbe factored in to your project plan?17:00 Close of conference day two
  • INVESTMENT summitW E S T A F R I C AININGJune 3-6, 2013 • Grange City Hotel, LondonREGISTER ONLINE AT: WWW.WESTAFRICAINVESTMENTSUMMIT.COM OR BY CALLING US ON: +44 (0)20 7216 6056June 3-6, 2013 • Grange City Hotel, London� Fund, portfolio, asset managers and privateequity advisors� Iron ore miners� Gold miners� Government officials� Bauxite miners� Institutional investors� Private investors� Financiers� Bankers� Natural resources banking teams� Exploration managers� Infrastructure and mining consultants� Law firms� Risk consultants� Insurance providers� Copper minersInterested in becominga speaker?Contact: Harry Chapman,Conference Director,harry.chapman@resourcefulevents.comTel: +44 (0)20 7812 8441OFFICIAL MEDIASUPPORTING MEDIASUPPORTED BYExhibition floor planOpen spaceoverlookingrestaurantStairs toground floor12 3 45678 910111213 14 1516171819202122RegistrationReservedCateringCateringLiftsTo theexhibitionTo theconferenceWho should attendRegister by May 3 to SAVE £100To register as a delegate contact customerservice on +44 (0) 207 216 6056, emailcs@resourcefulevents.com or you can register online atwww.westafricainvestmentsummit.comFor Exhibition,Sponsorshipand Spotlight PresentationOpportunities,e-mailmatthew.knight@resourcefulevents.comor call +44 (0)20 7216 6090
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