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Africa’s leading capital markets conference, bringing 860+ senior government, corporates, investors, banks, law firms & regulators in 1 location and 70+ expert speakers.
fcmn is the annual meeting place for senior decision-makers from Africa’s capital markets community to meet, re-connect, build strong business relationships with prospects and hear how the continent’s local & international financial leaders are navigating the current economic climate/share expectations for the year ahead.
We are the only pan-African debt event that will bring the most important stakeholders from across Africa together in one place to expand your business without the usual time and travel costs. This is also the only African debt conference where you can hear expert market insights from 70+ industry leading speakers, on the key issues impacting Africa’s financial landscape – rising inflation, interest rates and FX; macroeconomic outlook: how is Africa impacted by geopolitics, disrupted supply chains; public finances, fiscal & monetary policy, benchmark, etc?
The conference consists of formal invited presentation sessions and poster presentations for contributed papers. The poster papers cover new developments in materials and structure characterization/metrology down to the nanoscale, which are required for research, development, and manufacturing of the next generation of semiconductors, including advanced packaging structures.
Our Featured Presenter: Tokyo Electron will be presenting a poster on their research using machine learning to characterize hafnia-based ferroelectric thin films at the 2022 fcmn conference.
Joel Barker is President of Brave North Technology, a Minnesota-based technology firm partnering with over 250 businesses and nonprofits to develop and manage technology systems that support their missions. He has over 25 years of experience helping organizations grow with new ideas in fundraising, communications, and infrastructure. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, holds a master’s in nonprofit management from Hamline University, and is a graduate of the Shannon Leadership Institute.