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Description

NABC and Clifford Chance offer you an interesting in-depth master class on the fiscal and practical implications of investment treaties in Africa. Here Clifford Chance will start presenting the judicial and fiscal aspects in terms of African investment. We will get through tax treaties, investment protection treaties, corruption and so on.

Afterwards we focus merely on the practical implication of the treaties and African regulations. Several companies and representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DAF) will take the floor presenting their experiences when it comes to investment treaties in Africa.
After this plenary session, the audience will be invited to work on a case-study based on real case scenario's. During the panel discussion there is room for debating the outcomes of the case-study and this will eventually intends to provide a closer insight of the investment and tax reality in Africa.

Programme

Program:

15:30 - 16:00       Reception and Registration with Coffee & Tea
16:00 - 16:30       Introduction about Fiscal and Judicial Aspects by Clifford Chance
16:30 - 17:30       Practical Experiences by FMO, Annona, Cisco and Foreign Affairs
17:30 - 17:45       Short Break with Refreshments
17:45 - 18:30       Panel Discussion
18.30 - 19.30       Drinks and Networking Session

 

 

Speakers

Speakers:

Michiel Sunderman, Clifford Chance Counsel, Juliette Luycks, Counsel and Simone Peek, Senior Associate
Robert Dijksterhuis, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sub Saharan Africa department 
Walter Hetterschijt, Annona Sustainable Investments BV, Managing Director
Matthew Dalby, FMO, Legal Counsel 
Anthony Vonsee, Cisco, Senior Director Worldwide Strategy and Planning
Sandra Pellegrom, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Head of Division South, Central and East-Africa

Event details

Seminar "Legal Implications of Investments in Africa"
From December 03, 2013
Till December 03, 2013
NABC events
Seminar
Amsterdam, Netherlands
maryn.kleingeld@nabc.nl
0703043618