10th – 11th OCTOBER 2022 | LONDON
Nicky Oppenheimer comes from the Oppenheimer family, a South African family which was the first generation to chair De Beers, the world’s leading diamond company. He is the third richest African with a net worth of $8.7 billion in 2022. Nicky Oppenheimer’s working life was spent at the mining group Anglo American Corporation and De Beer’s Diamond Company. In 2012 he retired as Chairman of De Beers and sold the Oppenheimer stake in the company to Anglo American for $5.1 billion. Nicky Oppenheimer has become a spokesperson for the preservation of Southern African heritage and culture with a strong focus on sustainable development and issues of conservation and environment. He owns about 720 square miles of conservation land in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Learn more about him here.
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AFSIC is believed to be the largest annual event bringing together African investors and investments taking place outside Africa and has become one of the most important conduits of investment into Africa. With the support of the sophisticated AFSIC African Investments Dashboard, AFSIC is entirely focused on bringing together Africa’s business leaders and Africa’s most important investors and dealmakers and will showcase investment opportunities from across the whole of Africa.
Networking and focused meetings at AFSIC provide you with an unparalleled opportunity to discover and develop a robust network of the highest quality of African business leaders. A comprehensive programme offers delegates streamed sessions covering Banking, Agriculture, Sustainable Growth, Infrastructure, Education, Informed Investing, Power and Fintech as well as focused country specific sessions showcasing excellent projects and insight into African investment opportunities.