Annual Investment Conference
CFA Society South Africa will host this year's annual investment conference on
the 26th of July at The Vineyard, Cape Town.
As a Society we are reaching towards better outcomes for investors, being cognisant that
the purpose of finance is to increase wealth and well-being for society at large. This year,
the theme of our local conference is "Let's Measure Up in Africa".
Against this backdrop the agenda and speakers for the conference are representative of
different disciplines and industry angles, and will analyse and evaluate lessons learnt in
the past, equip delegates to deal better with current demands, and provide a vision of
what should be done differently in future.
The introduction of a classic debate to this year's agenda aims to facilitate a robust but
friendly deliberation which draws out the challenges and opportunities facing investment
professionals today. Two debaters argue for the motion, and two argue against. In line
with the theme of our conference this year -
"Let's Measure Up in Africa" -
we have invited four guest speakers to debate the motion:
This house believes that Africa will always remain dependent on foreign
investment to achieve its full economic potential.
Audience participation is encouraged by posing questions to the debaters, and inviting
attendees to vote both before and after the debate, with the aim for both teams to
sway more of the audience to support their particular position.
We invite you to join us at this year's investment conference and look forward to your
DATE: 26 July 2018
VENUE: The Vineyard | Newlands | Cape Town
COST: CFA Member - R 3 500.00
Non CFA Member - R 4 500.00
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|09h00 - 09h45||Registration - Meet and Greet|
|09h45 - 10h15||Welcome address|
|10h20 - 11h05||Stuart Theobald, Chairman of Intellidex and Columnist at Business Day - Methodologies in Financial Research - how evidence is gathered and what sort of conclusions can be drawn from the evidence|
|11h10 - 11h55||Wendy Addison, LeisureNet Whistle-blower and Author of Beyond Freefall|
|11h55 - 12h55||Lunch|
|13h00 - 13h45 ||Dr Ben Hunt, Chief Investment Strategist at Salient Partners L.P (USA) - Examining Markets through the lenses of game, theory and history |
|13h50 - 14h35||Panel Discussion - Bonds and Credits |
Elena Ilkova, - Fixed Income and Credit Analyst – RMB, Mamokete Lijani, Macro Strategist - Aluwani Capital Partners, Olga Constantatos, Credit & Equity Process Manager - FutureGrowth, Rowan Williams-Short, Head: Fixed Interest – Vunani Fund Managers
|14h35 - 15h00||Tea Break|
|15h05 - 15h50|| Classic Debate: " This house believes that Africa will always remain dependent on foreign investments to achieve its full economic potential"|
(Mohammed Nalla - Chief Economist at the PIC, Sneha Shah - Managing Director Thomson Reuters, Refilwe Moloto - Founder and Principal Advisor - Ambassador Advisory) and Benjamin Kodisang- Founder & CEO of ALT Capital Partners
|15h55 - 16h55|| John Sanei - "The Art of Disruption" |
|16h55 - 17h15|| Closing Words: Nerina Visser, President of CFA Society South Africa|
|From 17h15|| Cocktail Reception and Book signing What's your Moonshot? by author John Sanei at Splash Cafe|
5 CE Credits including 1 SER Credit for CFA Members
Lucille Smit, Society Administrator
011 791 0105
**Please Note: The views expressed by the debaters may not necessarily be their personal beliefs, or those of the Company they are representing