|16 March 2018|
|Location and Venue:|
|The Faircity Quatermain Hotel, Johannesburg|
1 Day in Maputo &
1 Day in Johannesburg
The New Exchange Control Regulations Mozambique
WHATS NEW: Decree no 49/2017
During this exclusive briefing, you will receive much needed clarity on the new Exchange Control Regulations of Mozambique and how these regulations impact business’ already operating in Mozambique or those considering entering Mozambique.
Decree no 49/2017 amends certain articles of Foreign Exchange Law 11/2009 and repeals Decree no. 83/2010, of December 31. The Bank of Mozambique may impose penalties, and take legal action against contraventions and false declarations. It is imperative that you understand the law and ensure compliance.
We will run through the Foreign Exchange Law(11/2009) in it’s entirety, and deconstruct the BRAND NEW Decree no 49/2017!
Foreign Exchange Operations:
Entry and Exit of Foreign Currency
Entities Authorised to Trade in Foreign Exchange
Obligation to Declare and Remit Foreign Exchange Assets
Revocation of Decree no. 83.2010, of December 31 and any legalization contrary to this Decree
Please note: This market briefing will be presented in Portuguese in Maputo and presented in English in Johannesburg
DESIGNED FOR THE FOLLOWING JOB FUNCTIONS, ACROSS ALL INDUSTRIES:
PRESENTED BY LEADING MOZAMBICAN LAW FIRM: Couto, Graça & Associados
Facilitator: Mr. Pedro Couto, Chairman, Couto, Graça & Associados (CGA)
1 Day Exclusive Briefing: R6999
Register 3 or more delegates: R5999 each
1 Day Exclusive Briefing: USD490
Register 3 or more delegates: USD430 each
Pedro Couto, Graduated in Law at the University of Eduardo Mondlane, in 1995. Post-Graduated in Corporate Law, in the Faculty of Law at the University of Lisbon, in 1996. Post-graduated in Administrative Law at the University of Eduardo Mondlane in partnership with University of Lisbon, in 1998. Post-graduated in Project Finance Structure at the University of Cape Town, in 2000.
Presently, Chairman and is in charge of the Department of Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructures at Couto, Graça e Associados (CGA).
With 23 years of experience, as General Counsel of private companies, State organisations and corporations throughout Mozambique, he is involved in initiatives such as BOT, BOOT, restructuring of companies, foreign investment, financing, privatization and public procurement (transport, mining, aviation, energy, oil, gas, Port, rail and business infrastructure). He is an expert in Project Finance and Finance Structure having participated in most Power and Infrastructure projects in recent years in Mozambique.