Forum to discuss Namibia’s economic growth

SEVERAL local and foreign pension funds and investment institutions will meet in Swakopmund on March 10-11 to discuss Namibia’s economic growth through alternative investments.

This was said in a statement released last week by Poiyah Media on behalf of the organizer, MN Capital Group.

MN Capital is an investment communications and institutional business development firm focused on institutional business development services for emerging and front-end market corporations, governments, pension funds and sovereign wealth funds.

Themed “Harnessing Alternative Investment to Drive Economic Recovery”, the two-day Namibia Institutional Investment Forum 2022 is expected to host at least 100 senior investment professionals from Namibia and abroad.

“The program will feature regulators and policy makers directly impacting investments from pension funds, insurance companies, development finance institutions and private investors,” MN Capital said.

MN Capital Managing Director Michael Ndinisa expressed his excitement to host the investment forum.

“The forum will discuss formulating pragmatic solutions, challenges and aligning investment structures, regulations and best practices with current global expectations and competitiveness,” he said.

“These country-specific programs are designed to create a platform to discuss issues affecting institutional investors as well as other key players in the industry such as fund managers, custodians and administrators. It will examine how to overcome the challenges through the use of relevant information and practices,” he added.

The forum is supported by Poiyah Media, Mergence Unlisted Investment Managers, Cadence Capital, Monasa Advisory & Associates and MN Capital Botswana.

Namibia has recently recorded an increase in investment leads primarily in green hydrogen, with other leads recorded showing interest in industries such as agriculture and tourism.

This shows growth and potential investment opportunities in Namibia, which aligns well with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, a topic that James Mnyupe, Economic Advisor to the President and Green Hydrogen Commissioner, will highlight. evident during the forum.

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