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CAI is driven by a passion for Africa that connects our team of more than 300 expert consultants, on and in Africa. CAI’s tailored, client-oriented approach to analytical research, focused solely and comprehensively on Africa, ensures fully informed decision-making through customised intelligence solutions.

With our headquarters in South Africa and consultants spread across the African continent and abroad, CAI combines in-country presence and expertise with a holistic understanding of our local and international clientele, making CAI your definitive partner in Africa. Learn more about CAI.

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Visit CAI's recently launched Counter-Proliferation research unit for information on our counter proliferation research, our latest report entitled 'SA's future nuclear energy plans', and much more.

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Maxwell Ojelede

Meet Maxwell Ojelede

Maxwell Ojelede specialises in banking and finance, with more than a decade of work experience that cuts across journalism, political and country risk, investment banking, oil and gas, among others. In addition to his affiliation with CAI, Maxwell is Partner at Oldstone & Green, an emerging market consulting, research and sustainability advisory/rating firm with a focus on Nigeria, and Partner at En-pact Solutions Limited, an Environmental consulting outfit. Meet more of our expert analysts.

Featured Discussion Paper

Africa and bilateral investment treaties: To “BIT” or not?

Written by Magalie Masamba (1)
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 16:14

With ever-increasing controversy, African countries have concluded more than 400 bilateral investment treaties (BITs). The key issue for Africa is whether there is a place for BITs in investment regulation. It is essential that African countries implement broad structural changes and make efforts to improve the ease of doing business and reduce transaction costs, but BITs should not be viewed as a replacement for such efforts. Read more...

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