About AIX

Africa Investment Exchange (AIX) is a series of international meetings for leading IMG_9988-croppedinvestors in Africa’s high growth industries. Each meeting has a sector focus: gas; transport & logistics; power & renewables.

The agenda for all our Investment Exchange meetings are developed by consultants and analysts at Cross-border Information (CbI) who work closely with the project development community on issues that affect public and private sector investment decisions.

All exchanges are:

•   held under the Chatham House Rule
•   structured round panel-led discussions and roundtables.
•   concluded with Africa Hardball – a political risk strategy round table, which examines issues including the capacity of governments to deliver on projects.
•   hosted at RSA House, the Royal Society of Arts’ historic headquarters in London, an ideal venue for
networking, with good breakout spaces and rooms for private meetings.

In 2015 our meetings attracted sponsorship and support from Actis, DLA Piper, FMO, Globeleq, InfraCo Africa, Power Africa, the Business Council for Africa and the US Chamber of Commerce

Upcoming Exchanges

21-22 November: Africa Investment Exchange: Power & Renewables

 6-7 April 2017: Africa Investment Exchange: Gas

Past Africa Investment Exchanges

29-30 September: MENA Investment Exchange: Energy

9-10 June: Africa Investment Exchange: Transport & Infrastructure

28-29 April 2016: AIX: Gas

19-20 November 2015:  AIX: Power and Renewables

28-29 September 2015: AIX: Transport and Logistics

27-28 May 2015: AIX: Gas

24-25 November 2014: AIX: Energy



AIX Power RSA House



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