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Oxford Economics Africa Roundtable Series

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Roundtable Serie 3: What Cop27 meant for Africa

One key expected outcome from COP27 is for advanced economies to expand on and fulfil the funding pledges made at COP26. Tangible finance agreements will have important implications for attracting and mobilising private capital at scale. In this session our economists and energy expert discuss whether this has been achieved and what it means for Africa’s future energy landscape.

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If so, please let us know by using the field in the registration form. We will also take questions from the audience.

Note: We are running one live session for each Roundtable, one for EMEA and the Americas. We will be recording each session, so if you cannot join in person, please still register and we will send you the recordings after the event.

Speaker

Pieter Scribante
Pieter Scribante

Political Economist

Pieter Scribante

Pieter Scribante

Political Economist

Paarl, South Africa

Pieter Scribante is a Political Economist at Oxford Economics based in Paarl, South Africa, specializing in political economic risk analysis and macroeconomic forecasting in emerging economies.

Chair

Jacques Nel

Head of Africa Macro

+27 (0) 8271 303 33

Jacques Nel

Head of Africa Macro

Cape Town

Jacques is the head of Africa Macro at Oxford Economics Africa. He manages the company’s macroeconomic subscription services. Jacques joined the company in 2013 and his research interests include risk assessment and the drivers behind development.

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