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GLOBAL WEBINAR on Nigeria Investment Environment - Hosted by The Wharton Club of Africa

The Wharton Club of Africa

Tuesday, 12 February 2013 from 13:40 to 18:00 (GMT)

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Global Webinar on Nigeria Investment Environment
Standard fee for registration for one or more of Webinar panels
Ended £26.00 £2.62
Group Discounted Tickets (for 3 or more)   more info Ended £21.00 £2.23
Early Bird Registration prior to Feb 12th - noon GMT
Registration prior to Feb 12, 2013 - noon GMT
Ended £21.00 £2.23
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Hosted by The Wharton Club of Africa

This is the 2nd in the series of the 2013 WCA Speakers Series and Forums. Please register ASAP to hear insightful presentations, and have a dialogue with leading Wharton alumni who are Chairmen, CEOs, Partners, and MDs across industry in Nigeria. This webinar is open to all Wharton Alumni and non-Wharton colleagues.

Business opportunities for the global Wharton community are significant across Africa. Wharton alumni globally (and across the Africa Continent) represent international investment capital into and across Africa, are doing business with African partners, or directly on the African continent - and the level of investment, activity, and interest has increased exponentially over the past 10 years. In 2013, WCA is committed to delivering value to Wharton alumni globally pursuing Africa business opportunities, as well as regionally across Africa, by facilitating their Africa business interests with other alumni where we can.

TO REGISTER please go to.

AGENDA in GMT Time below (start time EST 8:50am, GMT 1:50pm, India 7:20pm, China 9:50pm)

Tuesday, February 12, 2013.

1:50-2:00pm:    Introduction: Wharton Club of Africa and 2013 GLOBAL and LOCAL BUSINESS

     INITIATIVES for Alumni globally and on the ground across Africa

                         Lisa Lambie WG’98

                         Partner, Satatt Holdings International; President & CEO, Wharton Club of Africa


2:00-2:30pm:             Investing in NIGERIA (FACTS vs. FICTION) – an important investment

    destination for international investors and businesses seeking to expand globally

Femi Ogunjimi WG’04

CEO & Head of Investment Banking

CardinalStone Partners

Andrei Ugarov WG’02

Director, Corporate Finance West Africa

Price Waterhouse


2:30-3:00pm:            CONNECTING AND CLOSING” with Local Partners in West Africa for Intl.

 Investors and Strategics

  Amaechi Ndili WG’97

Chairman& CEO, Lionstone Group

Advisor as Head of West Africa, Emerging Capital Partners


2013 Sectors Trends, Investment Opportunities, and MANAGING INVESTMENT RISK:

 3:00- 3:30pm:   HEALTHCARE & ENTREPRENEURSHIP – building one of West Africa’s leading

       regional medical devices and equipment firms, and Africa Healthcare Sector outlook 2013

                         Ramzi Abou-Hassan WG’94

                         Chairman, LifeSign Healthcare Limited


3:30- 4:00pm:            AGRIBUSINESS- Africa’s other natural resource & potential bread basket to world

Teddy Ngu WG’05

Group Head - Corporate Development & Investments

Honeywell Group Nigeria

Dapo Olagundoye

President & CEO

Moroborne Nigeria


4:00- 5:00pm:   ENERGY, OIL & GAS

“Energy Nigeria” – Privatisation, investment opportunities & way forward

Oil & Gas - Landscape, Trends, Opportunities along Value Chain, and Risk Management from perspective of an Operator

Investment Perspective for Energy, Oil & Gas in Nigeria

Lolu Adubifa WG’02


Lavayo Energy

Dr. Ayo Oluokun WG’94


Peak Petroleum Industries

Kudzayi Hove WG’03

Head of Equity Investments

Africa Finance Corporation


Webinar Contribution:  US$40 for everyone. 20% discount applies to RSVP prior to Feb 9, and for groups of 3 and more.

TO REGISTER please go to.


Open to all Wharton alumni (incl. exec) globally/regionally who have business interests in Africa. Contact Serge Amissah at to become a member and/or send request to Wharton Club of Africa–Official on LinkedIn. If not a Wharton alumni please indicate so you can join “Friends of WCA”.


Contact Lisa Lambie at

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