Africa Wealth Summit

THIRD AFRICA
WEALTH SUMMIT

By Africans. For Africans. In Africa

24th & 25th May 2022 | Rabat | Morocco

The Africa Wealth Summit 

We take pride in welcoming our guests in the place that they call home and which they shape through their entrepreneurial and investment activity. 

Now going into its third edition as the only event of its kind, the Africa Wealth Summit is the bridge that connects single family offices, private investors and UHNWIs with each other.

Single family offices from the continent are granted access to deal flow and find support to become even more sophisticated investors. Our goal is to help Africa identify opportunities within the continent, overcome challenges in doing business, find new ways to manage wealth, learn from peers and experts and build sustainable networks. 

The idea is to move out of notorious hotel conference rooms and to create an atmosphere defined by exclusivity, intimacy and authenticity. A unique conference environment to do business.

This year we are honoured to welcome you to Morocco, the third country on our journey across the continent. Morocco, where the fairy tale of 1001 nights comes true is the north western gateway to the continent. Ease of doing business, political stability, high growth rates and strategic geographic location makes it an attractive partner for African businesses, investors and family offices, as well as those from overseas. By joining forces with the Marita Group we were able to attract additional, qualified, investors and grow our audiences exponentially with relevant participants. 

It’s all about partnership and collaboration, meeting on eye level and creating genuine win-win situations for everyone involved. 

All our events are physical events only, as we believe that no level of technological sophistication can replace a handshake – especially not in the family office world.

Note from the Founder, Organiser and Co-host

Several years of experience in working with family offices have taught me to be where investors and businesses are. It is in my very nature to go for opportunities that hold great potential but overlooked by others.

Africa is huge and exciting. Africa is up and coming. Africa is incredibly innovative and resourceful, even though not without its challenges. Many in my industry opt for the safe bets, the same-old, same-old and take their eyes off the big prize lying ahead of them.

In my personal humble opinion, no region promises faster transformation, greater opportunities and more exhilarating partnerships than Africa. And Africa, its people, family offices and investors need to be shown the opportunities and respect they deserve.  

I turned my talent and passion into my vocation – connecting people.

It is my respect and love for Africa and its people that led me to the decision to support family offices and businesses from the continent to connect to their peers while opening doors to those seeking partners and opportunities further afield.

To achieve all that, I am collaborating with strong local family office partners, delivering on our mantra: By Africans. For Africans. In Africa.

I am looking forward to welcoming you to the next Africa Wealth Summit in Morocco, co-hosted by Marita Group President Rahhal Boulgoute.

Yours Sincerely,

David Grammig

As former Director for International Relations at a GCC-based single family office, over the years David has established, and continues to grow, valued connections with fellow family offices. David lives by the credo “no level of technological sophistication can replace a handshake” and this is no different when it comes to his family office networks.

Co-host

Rahhal Boulgoute began his career in the cork industry, on both shores of the Mediterranean between Italy and Morocco. He started off as an entrepreneur, the first ever Moroccan to develop cork in Morocco, after that, he became a shareholder of a cork producer located in Italy, which he led for a long period of time.

Today Mr. Boulgoute is involved in several sectors, including real estate and tourism, food security, health, the manufacturing industry, smart mobility, renewable energies, digital services and security.

Through all of these activities, Mr. Boulgoute promotes an intelligent approach, articulated around two pillars: innovation and the integration of social and environmental impact.

Beyond these activities, the Marita Foundation develops philanthropic and solidarity action. The Marita Foundation has adopted an approach and works in partnership to bring technical solutions, infrastructure, equipment and know-how.

Rahhal BOULGOUTE is a Moroccan entrepreneur who is active in several activities, specifically those related to development, new technologies and innovation. All this through the Marita Group.

Past speakers include

  • Elizabeth MasiyiwaEconet Wireless, Zimbabwe

    Elizabeth Masiyiwa

    Econet Wireless, Zimbabwe

    Econet Wireless, Zimbabwe

  • Vimbai MasiyiwaEconet Wireless, Zimbabwe

    Vimbai Masiyiwa

    Econet Wireless, Zimbabwe

    Econet Wireless, Zimbabwe

  • Darshan ChandariaChandaria Industries, Kenya

    Darshan Chandaria

    Chandaria Industries, Kenya

    Chandaria Industries, Kenya

  • Thandeka NombanjinjiNombanjinji Family Proprties, South Africa

    Thandeka Nombanjinji

    Nombanjinji Family Proprties, South Africa

    Nombanjinji Family Proprties, South Africa

  • Nike AnaniTejusho Properties, Nigeria

    Nike Anani

    Tejusho Properties, Nigeria

    Tejusho Properties, Nigeria

  • Chris McLeanStonechair Capital, Canada & Africa

    Chris McLean

    Stonechair Capital, Canada & Africa

    Stonechair Capital, Canada & Africa

  • Harry WulfsohnFleming Wulfsohn Family Office, Zambia

    Harry Wulfsohn

    Fleming Wulfsohn Family Office, Zambia

    Fleming Wulfsohn Family Office, Zambia

  • Hector FlemingFleming Wulfsohn Family Office, UK

    Hector Fleming

    Fleming Wulfsohn Family Office, UK

    Fleming Wulfsohn Family Office, UK

  • Dustin McBrideMurfin Family Office, USA/Uganda/Zimbabwe

    Dustin McBride

    Murfin Family Office, USA/Uganda/Zimbabwe

    Murfin Family Office, USA/Uganda/Zimbabwe

  • Angela HomsiIgnite Power, Rwanda

    Angela Homsi

    Ignite Power, Rwanda

    Ignite Power, Rwanda

  • Slim ZeghalAltea Packagin, Tunisia

    Slim Zeghal

    Altea Packagin, Tunisia

    Altea Packagin, Tunisia

  • Joel Tembo VwiraGreat Vision Business Holding, D.R.C.

    Joel Tembo Vwira

    Great Vision Business Holding, D.R.C.

    Great Vision Business Holding, D.R.C.

  • Tafadzwa Makadzange-ChigumiraTusani Group, Tanzania

    Tafadzwa Makadzange-Chigumira

    Tusani Group, Tanzania

    Tusani Group, Tanzania

  • Paul Elvice SokoudjouJeffersons Group, Cameroon

    Paul Elvice Sokoudjou

    Jeffersons Group, Cameroon

    Jeffersons Group, Cameroon

  • Sunil DhallBhansali SFO, UAE

    Sunil Dhall

    Bhansali SFO, UAE

    Bhansali SFO, UAE

  • Kiran DaswaniThe Greens, Ghana

    Kiran Daswani

    The Greens, Ghana

    The Greens, Ghana

  • Keval MehtaClearwater Capital, South Africa

    Keval Mehta

    Clearwater Capital, South Africa

    Clearwater Capital, South Africa

  • Dr. Elikem TamalkoNYAHO Medical Centre, Ghana

    Dr. Elikem Tamalko

    NYAHO Medical Centre, Ghana

    NYAHO Medical Centre, Ghana

  • Rozan AhmedBougi, Sudan

    Rozan Ahmed

    Bougi, Sudan

    Bougi, Sudan

  • Arindam BosePartner, AB Holding, UAE, Mauritius

    Arindam Bose

    Partner, AB Holding, UAE, Mauritius

    Partner, AB Holding, UAE, Mauritius

  • Tarek AssaadManaging Partner, Algebra Ventures, Egypt

    Tarek Assaad

    Managing Partner, Algebra Ventures, Egypt

    Managing Partner, Algebra Ventures, Egypt

  • Anesu MhlangaCEO, SFO, Zimbabwe

    Anesu Mhlanga

    CEO, SFO, Zimbabwe

    CEO, SFO, Zimbabwe

  • Tony NkwayaSFO, Next Gen, Burundi

    Tony Nkwaya

    SFO, Next Gen, Burundi

    SFO, Next Gen, Burundi

  • Nikesh PatelCo-Founder, Kivu Noir Coffee, Mauritius

    Nikesh Patel

    Co-Founder, Kivu Noir Coffee, Mauritius

    Co-Founder, Kivu Noir Coffee, Mauritius

  • Maher KallelDirector, Poulina Group, Tunisia

    Maher Kallel

    Director, Poulina Group, Tunisia

    Director, Poulina Group, Tunisia

  • Rania HalabiHalabi Family Office, Lebanon & Africa

    Rania Halabi

    Halabi Family Office, Lebanon & Africa

    Halabi Family Office, Lebanon & Africa

  • Michele EssamCEO, Luxcierge, UK & Africa

    Michele Essam

    CEO, Luxcierge, UK & Africa

    CEO, Luxcierge, UK & Africa

  • Slim HabliChairman, Bellevue, UAE & Switzerland

    Slim Habli

    Chairman, Bellevue, UAE & Switzerland

    Chairman, Bellevue, UAE & Switzerland

  • Ray PhiriChairman, Oftech, Malawi

    Ray Phiri

    Chairman, Oftech, Malawi

    Chairman, Oftech, Malawi

  • Mamadou TourreCEO, Ubuntu Capital, Ivory Coast

    Mamadou Tourre

    CEO, Ubuntu Capital, Ivory Coast

    CEO, Ubuntu Capital, Ivory Coast

  • Nicolas GoldsteinCo-Founder & CEO, Talenteum.africa, Mauritius

    Nicolas Goldstein

    Co-Founder & CEO, Talenteum.africa, Mauritius

    Co-Founder & CEO, Talenteum.africa, Mauritius

  • Geoff GossCEO/Founder, Matamba Anonaka, Technology Holdings, Zimbabwe

    Geoff Goss

    CEO/Founder, Matamba Anonaka, Technology Holdings, Zimbabwe

    CEO/Founder, Matamba Anonaka, Technology Holdings, Zimbabwe

  • Marshall CominsFounder & CEO, Volksstratege, USA

    Marshall Comins

    Founder & CEO, Volksstratege, USA

    Founder & CEO, Volksstratege, USA

  • Nicole MertensHead of Africa & Middle East, United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), South Africa

    Nicole Mertens

    Head of Africa & Middle East, United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), South Africa

    Head of Africa & Middle East, United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), South Africa

  • Makibinyane MohapeloaCEO, Nkibilo Capital, South Africa

    Makibinyane Mohapeloa

    CEO, Nkibilo Capital, South Africa

    CEO, Nkibilo Capital, South Africa

  • Joy Ncomile RuwodoPublic Affairs, The END Fund, South Africa

    Joy Ncomile Ruwodo

    Public Affairs, The END Fund, South Africa

    Public Affairs, The END Fund, South Africa

  • Simon LittlewoodCEO, Li Family Office, China

    Simon Littlewood

    CEO, Li Family Office, China

    CEO, Li Family Office, China

  • Cornell ThomasPositivity Speaker, USA

    Cornell Thomas

    Positivity Speaker, USA

    Positivity Speaker, USA

  • H.E. Andry RaharinomenaCEO, EGsIDa Development Partners, Madagascar

    H.E. Andry Raharinomena

    CEO, EGsIDa Development Partners, Madagascar

    CEO, EGsIDa Development Partners, Madagascar

  • Obinna OnunkwoCo-Founding Partner, Purple Capital Partners, Nigeria

    Obinna Onunkwo

    Co-Founding Partner, Purple Capital Partners, Nigeria

    Co-Founding Partner, Purple Capital Partners, Nigeria

  • Jyoti KeshavanFounder CEO, Xanara Investment Management - Mauritius, UAE, Cayman Islands

    Jyoti Keshavan

    Founder CEO, Xanara Investment Management – Mauritius, UAE, Cayman Islands

    Founder CEO, Xanara Investment Management Mauritius, UAE, Cayman Islands

  • Martin TideströmBusiness Development Director, ADGM, UAE

    Martin Tideström

    Business Development Director, ADGM, UAE

    Business Development Director, ADGM, UAE

  • Abhishek BasuExecutive Trustee, Basu Foundation of the Arts, Mauritius

    Abhishek Basu

    Executive Trustee, Basu Foundation of the Arts, Mauritius

    Executive Trustee, Basu Foundation of the Arts, Mauritius

  • Steven M. PepaManaging Director, Saratoga Capital Partners, Cyprus

    Steven M. Pepa

    Managing Director, Saratoga Capital Partners, Cyprus

    Managing Director, Saratoga Capital Partners, Cyprus

  • Gavin van der BurghCOO, Afritex Ventures, Mauritius & Mozambique

    Gavin van der Burgh

    COO, Afritex Ventures, Mauritius & Mozambique

    COO, Afritex Ventures, Mauritius & Mozambique

  • Jonathan Nsibula ChirimwamiFounder & CEO, Nsibula Group, Democratic Republic of Congo

    Jonathan Nsibula Chirimwami

    Founder & CEO, Nsibula Group, Democratic Republic of Congo

    Founder & CEO, Nsibula Group, Democratic Republic of Congo

Agenda

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FAQ

Who are the delegates?

Delegates are single family office principles, UHNWI’s, private investors and family business owners from the African continent and those who are outside but have a direct interest in or who actively invest on the continent

What is special about this event?

This event is an exclusive gathering of wealth owners from the African continent, hosted by a single family office. Both, the host and organiser, want to create a highly relevant experience for the families and take their concerns into consideration. Participating families have the opportunity to actively influence the agenda according to their individual interests. We specifically created a questionnaire that allows families to tell us what they want to learn about. This makes the event also highly attractive for sponsors as the agenda topics correspond with the families’ feedback.

What are the costs?

Single family offices, UHNWI’s, private investors and family business owners attend for free. To register please email: david@grammigadvisory.com. Individuals who do not fall into one of the above categories and wish to participate can acquire a delegate pass for EUR 1,900. To register or to request additional information please email: david@grammigadvisory.com

What is the event’s main language?

All panels and interviews are conducted in English. In order to overcome a possible language barrier we advise family office delegates to attend with a trusted advisor to translate if necessary.

Can I represent the family I work for?

CxO’s of single family offices or family businesses can attend. A person who fulfills an advisory role or is not a c-level executive can attend, given that the family the person represents has given their written consent that they wish to be represented by the individual.

Who is entitled to sponsor?

All industries and services are entitled to apply to sponsor, if the product or service is beneficial to the attending investors or if the sponsor presents an attractive investment opportunity to the attending investors. All applications to sponsor the Africa Wealth Summit are subject to availability, acceptance by the advisory board of the Host & Organiser and the Sponsor making full payment of the sponsorship fee.

Details about the attending investors?

As a host we deem it highly unprofessional, unethical and illegal to reveal any information concerning our guests. It is in the interest of all parties that the privacy of the attendees is protected. We will share neither names, contact details nor any other information about the attendees. Speakers and panelists will be announced on our website.

Pre-arranged meetings

We, as host and organiser, do not propose, organise or arrange meetings on behalf of third parties. Plenty of networking breaks (breakfast, 2 coffee breaks, lunch and post-event) offer the opportunity to engage with the investors.

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