Amanobea holds a doctorate in Business Administration and is an author on African female entrepreneurship. Her book, “African Female Entrepreneurship: Merging Profit and Social Motives for the Greater Good” (Palgrave Macmillan) examines women’s key role in socioeconomic development. She is an expert in SME development support and her experience includes management consulting, fiduciary risk management and women’s financial inclusion.
K Duker has held leadership roles in major financial institutions in capital markets and trading in London, New York and Tokyo. He has over three decades of experience in treasury & risk management, wealth & asset management, capital markets & trading, payments, data technology and infrastructure (with emphases on digitizing financial services). He was the CEO of Fidelity Asia Bank Limited. And President and CEO of OANDA Corporation.
Strategic and Financial Advisor
Johannesburg-born and educated in Europe, André holds a Masters Degree in Economics from the University of Freiburg and a bilingual MBA from the IESE Business School in Barcelona. After advancing to Vice President at JPMorgan within the Debt Capital Markets and Derivatives arena in London and Johannesburg, André joined Inoxico’s holding company, Trivest the same year Inoxico was founded. He served as Inoxico’s CEO from 2012 to 2016, growing Inoxico from a humble base to an industry leading player. He remains closely engaged as a market maker and senior advisor to the business.
Co-Host Reality TV Show: “It takes village”; Co-Author: Meeting your Power; Regional VP at International Business Coaching Institute (IBCI); and African Leadership Academy SEP board member, Bongi is a Self-Leadership Coach & Facilitator. She has 15+ years experience in talent management, across industries and is a recipient of the Global Training & Development Leadership award at the 25th World HRD Congress 2017.
With over 17 years of experience in Financial Services, across asset management, hedge fund investment, equity research, consulting and corporate customer and product strategy, Nana brings a wealth of relevant technical and strategic experience across geographies. Her personal mantra is to develop SMEs to create sustainable employment, and this passion has led her to impact many lives across the sector, from providing professional support to the Grameen foundation, to providing personal investment and advice to start-ups and SMEs. Nanaholds a MA and BA Hons in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Cambridge, and is currently Head of Cash Strategy and Business Performance at Barclays Africa Group in South Africa.