• Recently confirmed Gold Sponsors: Botswana Investment & Trade Centre; Jumo; BVI Finance; FSD Africa;
  • Recently confirmed Gold Sponsors: responsAbility; SBM; CDC; Proparco; IFC; BIO;
  • Recently confirmed Gold Sponsors: African Development Bank; Mauritius International Financial Centre; AFMI;
  • Recently confirmed Gold Sponsors: Frontera Capital; ens; Jersey Finance; TCX;
  • Recently confirmed Gold Sponsors: UK aid; ada microfinance; ABAX; Verdant Capital;
  • Recently confirmed Gold Sponsors: Confident Asset Management Limited; RSM; LCF Securities;
  • AFSIC 2017: 3rd - 5th May 2017, Park Plaza Riverbank, London, UK

Dr. Claudius P. Bart-Williams

Group Chief Executive
Pennarth Greene, Sierra Leone

Claudius is a Financial Economist by profession with over 30 years experience in education, consulting, corporate advisory and finance in the UK and Africa. Claudius has worked as a project or technical consultant for a number of international organisations including the World Bank, IFC, DFID and UNCTAD as well as for private institutions including the Soros Economic Development Fund (SEDF), WAICA Reinsurance Corporation PLC and Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC). As Group Chief Executive of Pennarth Greene, Claudius leads the London and Africa-based licensed advisory and corporate finance firm, linking capital and opportunities in Europe and in emerging markets, especially in Africa. The firm maintains a list of associates in many jurisdictions, which gives it extensive reach in meeting the aspirations of its clients. In the UK, the company is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Claudius retired as Chairman of Standard Chartered Bank (Sierra Leone) Limited in 2014 but continues to hold several other non-executive directorships including Royal Insurance Gambia Limited and the Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) Business School. Claudius holds PhD in Financial Economics.

Dr. Claudius P. Bart-Williams will be speaking at:

Panel: Investment Opportunities in West Africa’s Financial Services Sector

2017/05/03 16:50 - 17:30

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