Director of Project Finance & Risks Analysis of Malawi Public Private Partnership Commission will speak at Africa PPP Investment & Development Summit 2014 (APIDS)
June 23, 2014 Leave a comment
In this summit, Neoedge will be gathering senior officials from public sectors across the globe and public private partnership (PPP) experts from the global arena. Neoedge hope is that capacity will be built as international best practices are demonstrated in various case studies. At the same time Neoedge believe that this summit will be an excellent platform for both public and private sector to explore potential collaborations in meeting Africa needs via Public Private Partnerships.
Mrs. Audrey Mwala is a Fellow Charted Management Accountant (CIMA) UK, a Certified Public Private Partnership Specialist (IP3) USA, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and a Master of Business Administration. She has extensive experience in project finance, project management, privatization and PPP structuring through her 17 year career, currently serving as Director of Project Finance and Risks Analysis at The Public Private Partnership Commission in Malawi. She has taken leading roles in a number of projects for public listings, private placements, strategic equity investments, PPP procurement, project management, contract management, contract negotiations and re-negotiations. She has championed in private sector investment in projects in banks, railway, marine, real estate and in ICT. She also serves as a non- executive director in a number of cooperate boards in Tourism, Financial, Education, Agriculture and Social Sectors.
Audrey Mwala will be presenting on topics related to the transport sector, such as railway and marine service concessions. If this is of interest to you, Africa PPP Investment & Development Summit 2014 in Ghana on the 21st to 22nd October 2014 will be of highly value adding to you and your organisation.
For more information, please send your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject title “APIDS 2014”.