Governance is a critical issue across emerging markets. The IMF authors of the recently published Good Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa, Opportunities and Lessons explored key governance challenges facing Sub-Saharan Africa today.
Monique Newiak, IMF Resident Representative for Sierra Leone, recently senior economist for Nigeria, and Editor, Good Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa, Opportunities and Lessons
Abdoul Aziz Wane, Director of the IMF’s Africa Training Institute, and Editor, Good Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa, Opportunities and Lessons
Vimal Thakoor, Staff member of the IMF’s Africa Training Institute, and economist in the Fiscal Affairs, African, and Strategy and Policy Review departments
Sebastiaan Pompe, Senior Counsel, IMF’s Legal Department
Arina Viseth, Economist on the Togo desk in the IMF’s African department, also recently covering Niger, Madagascar, South Sudan, Seychelles, and Uganda.
Dominique Simard, Senior economist on the Mozambique desk in the IMF’s African Department, also with experience in West Africa, the Americas, Central Asia, and the Middle East.
Alice French, Financial Sector Expert at the IMF, focusing on issues of macro-critical corruption, money laundering, and illicit financial flows.
Kevin Daly, Portfolio Manager, Emerging Market Debt, abrdn
Roger Scher, Head, Public Sector Programs & Director of the Sovereign Debt and Fiscal Governance Program, EMIA (moderator)
The webinar is open to financial professionals, issuers, and EMIA partners only.