Dates:
28 June 2017
Location and Venue:
Safari Court Hotel, Windhoek

 

In Partnership with:   Namibian Logo copy

 

Namibia National Equitable, Economic Empowerment - Market Forum (Windhoek)


MARKET FORUM OVERVIEW:

 

  • Outlook on growth: Namibia on the regional and global stage

  • NEEEF Bill Current framework and specific improvements including possible developments for the future

  • Advancing the regulatory and legal regime governing investment, licensing, exploration and production in Namibia’s oil & gas and mining sectors

  • Advancing Namibia’s competitiveness in the global economy: Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) update

  • NEEEF in the context of existing empowerment legislation

  • Exploring the existing legal and policy frameworks for Local Content

  • Mini–Workshop: Developing a local content strategy

  • Advancing SMEs: Collaborative mechanisms for meeting the 21st century economy

  • Business Involvement in addressing Economic Inequality


The market briefing is an objective and holistic representation of charters already in play within various sectors that support empowerment, the current NEEEF framework and anticipated direction, the current legislative framework in procurement, investment and property, the implications of NEEEF and the macro investment landscape into which Namibia fits.  This is an independent and objective forum, that will stimulate debate, provide answers, facilitate questions and assist organisation’s in understanding NEEEF in the context of business opportunities and challenges.

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AGENDA:

 

AGENDA

08h00 – 08h45

Registration and Early Morning Refreshments

08h45 - 09h00

Welcome and Opening Remarks

09h00 – 09h40

Outlook on growth: Namibia on the regional and global stage

09h40 – 10h20

NEEEF Overview

  • Current framework and anticipated implementation milestones
  • Advancing the regulatory and legal regime governing investment, licensing, exploration and production in Namibia’s oil and gas and mining sectors
  • Looking at Namibia’s Industrial Policy, Capacity Development, Training and Development future directions
  • Stimulating the financing of SMME sector

 

Law Reform and Development Commission (LRDC)

 

10h20 – 10h40

Tea & Coffee Refreshments & Break

10h40 – 11h20

Plenary Session:

Namibia Investment Promotion: Readiness and Risk – Preparing for the unimagined

11h20 – 12h00

Existing and potential emPowerment Opportunities

12h00 – 13h00

Lunch & Networking Break

13h00 - 14h30

Developing an Empowerment/Local content strategy

14h30 – 15h10

Business Involvement in addressing Economic Inequality
 
Employment Equity Commission  

15h10 - 15h40

Tea & Coffee Refreshments & Break

15h40 – 17h10

Legal Workshop - Fostering Inclusive Growth -  the regulatory and legal regime governing investment, licensing, trade, operation, exploration, production across economic sectors

17h10 - 17h30

Next steps and closing

 

 


 

Designed for:

Country Managers, Chief Executive Officers and Managing Directors
Heads of Procurement / Strategic Procurement
Directors of Supply Chain
Group Local Content Managers
Heads of Legal
Stakeholder Managers
Heads of Commercial and Strategy
Human Resources Managers / Directors
Corporate Compliance Managers / Directors
Contracting and Procurement Managers / Directors
Contracts & Legal Managers / Directors
CSR and Social Investment Managers / Directors
Heads of Investor Relations 

 

INVESTMENT PER DELEGATE:


1 Day Market Forum: R 6999 per delegate

Register 3 or more delegates: R 5999 per delegate


Featured Downloads:


Namibia National Equitable Economic Empowerment Bill - Draft

Download the draft bill here.

NEEEF bill goes ahead
courtesy - The Economist Namibia


Read the full article here.

Republic of Namibia - Performance Agreement. Office of the Prime Minister. 

Download the PDF document here.

NEEEF bill jeopardises Mining sector
courtesy - The Economist Namibia

Read the full article here.

NEEEF bill keeps investors waiting on the sidelines
courtesy - The Economist Namibia

Read the full article here.

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