Kina Advisory provides insights on topical issues facing the industry today as companies operate and invest in Africa. Read through our latest thought pieces that give an insight into Kina’s way of thinking, as we discuss ideas that challenge the way business in Africa is conducted, offer solutions to those challenges and highlight the success of others.
A New Horizon | Does Covid-19 offer an opportunity for African corporates to scale up and out?
Africa’s corporates, regardless of their size or sector, have a transformative role to play in shaping the continent’s sustainable future and, despite the undeniable tragedies of the Covid-19 pandemic, we are seeing signs of this potential. There is no doubt that many African companies have been or will be hit hard by the coronavirus, and many may not recover. However, there are beacons of hope and there is a growing opportunity for Africa’s home-grown corporates to step up, scale up and scale out sustainably both during and after the pandemic. (more…)
Rosalind Kainyah MBE | 5th Africa Oil Governance Summit 2019
Kina Advisory’s Managing Director, Rosalind Kainyah MBE, has been invited by the African Centre for Energy Policy to chair the 5th Africa Oil Governance Summit on the 22nd & 23rd October 2019 in Accra, Ghana. Rosalind will also be facilitating the first panel session addressing the topic of how best countries can add value to the extraction of their petroleum resources through industrialisation.
Rosalind Kainyah | Attracting Investors into Africa
Kina Advisory is delighted that Rosalind Kainyah has been asked to moderate on the “Invest Africa & DLA Piper” panel discussing | Attracting a New Wave of Investors: Corporate Governance and Meeting International Standards | The panel will be looking at ways to encourage investors into Africa by ensuring there are robust corporate governance frameworks in place with specific attention to: (more…)
Rosalind Kainyah one of 50 Women to Watch in 2019
Rosalind Kainyah, MD of Kina Advisory, has been selected by Cranfield University as one of the top 50 Women to watch 2019 | The 2019 edition features 50 Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic (BAME) women, showcasing inspiring professionals | Encouraging diversity in Boardrooms
The Kina Advisory team is delighted to announce that our Managing Director, Rosalind Kainyah, has been named as one of the top 50 Leading Females professionals of Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic (BAME) women by Cranfield University. The 50 inspiring women come from backgrounds historically under-represented in the senior leadership pipeline.
The objective of this year’s edition was to showcase to Chairs and Executive Search consultants the talent and senior level experience women with diverse ethnic heritage offer and to prompt wider attention on the composition of boardrooms, so companies go ‘beyond the numbers’ to push diversity in every sense.
Rosalind says she is thrilled to have been included among such talented and inspirational women. The recognition is one she shares with all those who have supported her throughout her career and particularly over the last few years in setting up and running Kina Advisory. It also reminds her of the responsibility she has to mentor, support and encourage young women – especially those of African heritage.
Invest Africa Ltd’s Webinar On Renewable Energy Solutions in Africa
Join our Managing Director, Rosalind Kainyah MBE, as she moderates Invest Africa’s webinar on Renewable Energy Solutions in Africa – Covid19, Sustainability & the future of the continent with Jennifer Boca of Lekela Power, Mansoor Hamayun of BBOXX and Scott Mackin of Denham Capital. They will be looking at whether investment bodies will have to pivot away from renewable energy assets in light of COVID-19; how renewable energy operations have been affected by the virus; the multilateral funds such as AfDB’s SEFA play in renewable energy developments across Africa; and the importance funds should place on ESG standards in the investment decision?
Kina Advisory is proud to be an event partner of DLA Piper – Africa Week 2019
On the 28th November, Kina Advisory is proud to be an event partner of DLA Piper – Africa Week 2019. The theme for the day is“Africa: the future of trade and investment” and will be facilitated by Lanre A. editor of Nurmara and former editor of This Is Africa at the Financial Times and African Business. Our MD Rosalind Kainyah MBE will be moderating a session in the afternoon on: “Developing sustainable energy and natural resource projects: Implementing ESG in practice” | The panel will be made up of Jack Cunningham – Sustainability, Policy & Risk Director, Gemfields, Rhys Davies – Partner, DLA Piper, Chris Goodwin-Hudson – Founder, Watchman & Carla McRoberts – Managing Director, Veracity Worldwide | For a full breakdown of the day click here:
Rosalind Kainyah MBE will be chairing the 5th Africa Oil Governance Summit
Rosalind Kainyah MBE will be chairing the 5th Africa Oil Governance Summit on the 22nd & 23rd October 2019 & facilitating the 1st panel on “Value addition to petroleum resources extraction through industrialization: The possibilities and the challenges”. For a full break down of speaker & agenda, click here.
Cranfield Names Rosalind Kainyah in Top 50 “BAME” Female Leaders
The Kina Advisory team is delighted to announce that our Managing Director, Rosalind Kainyah, has been named as one of the top 50 Leading Females professionals of Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic (BAME) women by Cranfield University. The 50 inspiring women come from backgrounds historically under-represented in the senior leadership pipeline. “Click Here” to read the full post