Leaving the Tarmac: Buying a Bank in Africa
Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede shares challenges, triumphs and leadership lessons from his experience turning one of Nigeria's smallest and most crisis-prone banks into one of the biggest and strongest banks in the country
What to Consider Ahead of the AfCFTA Phase II Negotiations: Focus on Digital Trade Policy Issues in Four Sub-Saharan African Countries
This report analyses the domestic regulations and policies of four focus countries – South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and Senegal – comparing their regulatory approaches to five policy issues: i) regulation of online transactions; ii) cross-border data flows, data localisation, and personal data protection; iii) access to source code and technology transfer; iv) intermediary liability; and v) customs duties on electronic transmissions.
For a country to flourish its elite must prioritise development
Stefan Dercon speaks to David Pilling, Africa Editor of the FT, about his latest book Gambling on Development, which attempts to explain why some countries stay poor while others find a rapid path towards growth and development.
Towards a green trade strategy for Africa
The future of trade is green, and the future of trade is African. But with the global economy increasingly shaped by geopolitical and climate imperatives, how can the continent best advance its development goals?