National Asset-Liability Management Africa

Designed specifically for central banks and sovereign investors, the conference encompasses a series of presentations, panels and case studies delivered by expert industry speakers.

Hosted on 14-15 November 2019 at Belmond Mount Nelson Cape Town

Our flagship conference delivers an informed programme researched and developed with the official sector asset management community and powered by Central Banking’s editorial expertise and insight. 


Why you should attend:

• The summit provides an unrivalled opportunity for a confidential exchange of ideas on the key issues facing reserve managers amongst peers
• Hear from renowned practitioners who will examine the implications of public policy and market stresses on investment strategy, risk management and market engagement
• Join us on the evening of the 14 November for the National Asset-Liability Management external dinner

Celebrating 10 years of National Asset-Liability Management Africa

This year's National Asset-Liability Management Africa conference celebrates 10 years of bringing together professionals from market operations, foreign exchange reserves, financial markets and monetary operations across the globe to discuss, debate and share key challenges.


Delegates will come away with an enhanced understanding of:

• Emerging markets: where reserve managers are investing (and why)
• Renminbi: making sense of the world's newest currency
• Green finance: what role can central banks play, and what role should reserve managers play
• Digital money: impact on central banks, opportunities for reserve managers

Oduetse Andrew Motshidisi

Former Deputy Governor

Bank of Botswana

Oduetse Andrew Motshidisi is former Deputy Governor at Bank of Botswana.  He retired in January 2016, having been first appointed to the position in 2001.  Prior to that appointment, he had served in various capacities in the Bank, mainly in the reserves management function, where he was Department Director until 2000.
Mr Motshidisi was seconded to the International Monetary Fund between 2006 and 2007 as a Special Appointee in the African Department where he contributed on financial sector development policy for Sub-Saharan Africa.
Prior to joining the Bank of Botswana, he served as a Development Officer in the Government of Botswana and has had a brief career at United States Agency for International Development where he served as Assistant Project Officer.
Mr Motshidisi is a non-executive Director of Barclays Bank of Botswana Limited.
He obtained Bachelors degree from the University of Botswana (1982) and Masters degree qualification from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 1985.  In addition, he has attended numerous short courses on reserves management, an Advanced Management Programme (Oxford University).


Solomon Kavuma

Deputy Director, Reserves and Investment Management Operations

Bank of Uganda

Solomon Kavuma worked previously with the Macro Economic and Financial Management Institute of Eastern and Southern Africa (MEFMI) where he worked extensively with member central banks in building capacity in the areas of risk, reserves and domestic financial market development. Currently he is the Deputy Director in charge of Reserves and Investment Management Operations at the Bank of Uganda. He holds a Bsc (Stat/ Econ) degree from Makerere University and an MA from Brandeis University, Massachusetts, USA.

Hatem Ibrahim

Assistant Sub Governor – Head of Risk Management

Central Bank of Egypt

Mohamed Araar

Deputy Director of External Private Financing

Central Bank of Tunisia BCT

Melvin Khomo

Head of Financial Markets

Central Bank of Swaziland

Melvin heads the Financial Markets Department of the Central Bank of Swaziland where his areas of responsibility include reserves management, government debt issuance, monetary policy implementation and treasury operations. He holds an Mcom degree in Financial Markets from Rhodes University. Prior to joining the Central Bank of Swaziland, Melvin worked at the South African Reserve Academy as Senior Lecturer responsible for Financial Markets. Mr Khomo previously worked for the South African Post Office Group and the Bank of Namibia as Treasury Asset-Liability and Fund Manager respectively. Mr Khomo has several years' experience in managing sovereign institutional assets mainly in global fixed income markets.

Abba Salihi

Director of Reserve Management

Central Bank of Nigeria

Summit highlights
  • Central Banking Publications has assembled speakers with truly regional perspectives

  • Designed specifically for central banks and sovereign investors, the summit encompasses a series of presentations, panels and discussion groups delivered by expert industry speakers

  • The summit provides an unrivalled opportunity to share, discuss and debate important industry issues facing reserve managers amongst peers

  • Regular networking breaks will allow you to meet with your counterparts from across the globe to discuss new ways to address the challenges you face and share best practice

  • Held under the “Chatham House Rule” to facilitate open but confidential discussion

  • Join us after the conference on day one for the NALM Conference dinner to hear from our special dinner guest speaker

Previous attending institutions
  • South African Reserve Bank

  • Reserve Bank of Malawi

  • Bank of Uganda

  • Bank of Botswana

  • Bank of Namibia

  • Bank of Tanzania

  • Bank of Zambia

  • Bank of Ghana

  • Central Bank of Lesotho

  • Central Bank of Swaziland

  • Central Bank of Mozambique

  • Eskom Pension & Provident Fund

  • And many more


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2 Day Event


15+ Expert speakers


50+ Senior Investment Professionals


20+ Institutions


Showcase your expertise to:

Bank of Botswana
Bank of Ghana
Bank of Mauritius
Bank of Mozambique
Bank of Namibia
Bank of South Sudan
Bank of Tanzania
Bank of Uganda
Bank of Zambia
Banque Centrale du Congo
Central Bank of Burundi
Central Bank of Egypt
Central Bank of Kenya
Central Bank of Lesotho
Central Bank of Liberia

Central Bank of Mozambique
Central Bank of Nigeria
Central Bank of Seychelles
Central Bank of Sudan
Central Bank of Swaziland
Central Bank of Uganda
Central Bank of West African States
Development Bank of Central African States
Institute of Agricultural Research and Training
National Social Security Fund of Uganda
Reserve Bank of Malawi
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe
South Africa Reserve Bank