Paul Sullivan, vice president of International Business Development at Acrow Bridge, was a featured panelist at the Corporate Council on Africa's 10th biennial U.S.-Africa Business Summit.
The panel focused on infrastructure and explored ways to build on the African Development Bank’s Africa50 Fund Initiative. Panelists debated on how domestic resources and foreign investments could be leveraged to expand African infrastructure.
"We are honored to have been a part of this important event, which brought together African and American leaders in business, government and finance," Sullivan said. "Expanding and diversifying the pool of financing options, both domestic and foreign, for infrastructure initiatives in Africa, is a key agenda item for African officials as well as the investor community.”
Co-panelists at the event were Axel M. Addy, minister of Commerce and Industry, from the Republic of Liberia; Ayotunde Anjorin, CFO, Africa Finance Corporation; and Admassu Tadesse, president and CEO, PTA Bank.
Wale Adeosun, founding partner and CIO, Kuramo Capital Management LLC, moderated the panel.
Acrow Bridge is an international bridge engineering and supply company.