Camillo Atampugre

Camillo Atampugre

Natural Resources – Corporate & Investment Banking ABSA

  • Camillo Atampugre is a member of the Natural Resources team at Absa Corporate and Investment Banking with a focus on oil and gas clients across Africa. He has 12 years experience in oil and gas investment banking and before joining Absa worked for Barclays Plc and HSBC in their oil and gas sector teams
  • At Absa Camillo is responsible for leading the origination and execution of oil and gas transactions. His experience includes working on M&A transactions, Debt Funding as well as ECM transactions for oil and gas clients including International Oil Companies, National Oil Companies, Independent E&Ps and Indigenous companies
  • Camillo holds an MPhil in Economics from Clare College, University of Cambridge and a First Class Honors degree in Economics from the University of Leeds

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 12:00 To 13:00

11/05/2019 12:00 11/05/2019 13:00 Capital raising: Where do investments in African oil & gas come from? In this session we look at different capital markets deploying funds into African upstream and the following:
 
  • What is driving international funding to Africa?
  • What are oil traders looking to finance?
  • How are traditional banks responding to changes in financial participants e.g. Credit funds, commodity funds & structured funds?
  • How can fund managers develop sustainable strategies for emerging markets’ hydrocarbon sector?
  • Public Equity financing: how can we reignite the market?
  • How is M&A affecting the African energy landscape?
Finance Forum

Finance Forum

"Capital raising: Where do investments in African oil & gas come from? "

Camillo Atampugre Olu Ogunfowora

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 09:30 To 10:30

11/08/2018 09:30 11/08/2018 10:30 Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector As the continent continues to offer unparalleled investment opportunities to investors willing to explore the African hydrocarbons sector, we explore how the key stakeholders tap into large pools of global capital to finance the African oil and gas sector. 

Over the last decade new hydrocarbon hot spots have been popping up across Africa; Tanzania, Mauritania, Uganda and Senegal offer fine examples of new markets that are making discoveries and pushing for first oil. With the drive for first oil comes the need to raise affordable capital to explore, develop, produce and distribute. Across this session Private Equity Funds, Banks and institutional investors explain their strategy in financing the Africa oil and gas sector. 
 
CTICC

CTICC

"Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector"

Camillo Atampugre Frank Pluta Paul McDade Somit Varma

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 09:30 To 10:30

11/08/2018 09:30 11/08/2018 10:30 Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector As the continent continues to offer unparalleled investment opportunities to investors willing to explore the African hydrocarbons sector, we explore how the key stakeholders tap into large pools of global capital to finance the African oil and gas sector. 

Over the last decade new hydrocarbon hot spots have been popping up across Africa; Tanzania, Mauritania, Uganda and Senegal offer fine examples of new markets that are making discoveries and pushing for first oil. With the drive for first oil comes the need to raise affordable capital to explore, develop, produce and distribute. Across this session Private Equity Funds, Banks and institutional investors explain their strategy in financing the Africa oil and gas sector. 
 
CTICC

CTICC

"Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector"

Camillo Atampugre Frank Pluta Paul McDade Somit Varma

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 14:35 To 15:20

11/07/2018 14:35 11/07/2018 15:20 Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream As a cautious optimism returns to O&G investment, many oil companies are still struggling to raise capital to fund much needed development. Where traditional funding has been difficult to access, alternative structures and new entrants have helped start to bridge the gap.

This session will focus on key trends in 2017/18 and look forward to 2019 and beyond to explore new models and how they can be accessed, including:
• IPOs: Raising capital for Independents
• Raising exploration finance in Africa
• How do you fund African E&P
• New funding models to raise capital
• Export finance from traders structuring finance for large scale upstream prospects
• The role of LPs and GPs in upstream investment
CTICC

CTICC

"Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream"

Camillo Atampugre Fathima Hussain Frank Dunlevy

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 14:35 To 15:20

11/07/2018 14:35 11/07/2018 15:20 Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream As a cautious optimism returns to O&G investment, many oil companies are still struggling to raise capital to fund much needed development. Where traditional funding has been difficult to access, alternative structures and new entrants have helped start to bridge the gap.

This session will focus on key trends in 2017/18 and look forward to 2019 and beyond to explore new models and how they can be accessed, including:
• IPOs: Raising capital for Independents
• Raising exploration finance in Africa
• How do you fund African E&P
• New funding models to raise capital
• Export finance from traders structuring finance for large scale upstream prospects
• The role of LPs and GPs in upstream investment
CTICC

CTICC

"Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream"

Camillo Atampugre Fathima Hussain Frank Dunlevy
Time and date

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 12:00 To 13:00

11/05/2019 12:00 11/05/2019 13:00 Capital raising: Where do investments in African oil & gas come from? In this session we look at different capital markets deploying funds into African upstream and the following:
 
  • What is driving international funding to Africa?
  • What are oil traders looking to finance?
  • How are traditional banks responding to changes in financial participants e.g. Credit funds, commodity funds & structured funds?
  • How can fund managers develop sustainable strategies for emerging markets’ hydrocarbon sector?
  • Public Equity financing: how can we reignite the market?
  • How is M&A affecting the African energy landscape?
Finance Forum
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Finance Forum

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Speakers

Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 09:30 To 10:30

11/08/2018 09:30 11/08/2018 10:30 Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector As the continent continues to offer unparalleled investment opportunities to investors willing to explore the African hydrocarbons sector, we explore how the key stakeholders tap into large pools of global capital to finance the African oil and gas sector. 

Over the last decade new hydrocarbon hot spots have been popping up across Africa; Tanzania, Mauritania, Uganda and Senegal offer fine examples of new markets that are making discoveries and pushing for first oil. With the drive for first oil comes the need to raise affordable capital to explore, develop, produce and distribute. Across this session Private Equity Funds, Banks and institutional investors explain their strategy in financing the Africa oil and gas sector. 
 
CTICC
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CTICC

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Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 09:30 To 10:30

11/08/2018 09:30 11/08/2018 10:30 Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector As the continent continues to offer unparalleled investment opportunities to investors willing to explore the African hydrocarbons sector, we explore how the key stakeholders tap into large pools of global capital to finance the African oil and gas sector. 

Over the last decade new hydrocarbon hot spots have been popping up across Africa; Tanzania, Mauritania, Uganda and Senegal offer fine examples of new markets that are making discoveries and pushing for first oil. With the drive for first oil comes the need to raise affordable capital to explore, develop, produce and distribute. Across this session Private Equity Funds, Banks and institutional investors explain their strategy in financing the Africa oil and gas sector. 
 
CTICC
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CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 14:35 To 15:20

11/07/2018 14:35 11/07/2018 15:20 Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream As a cautious optimism returns to O&G investment, many oil companies are still struggling to raise capital to fund much needed development. Where traditional funding has been difficult to access, alternative structures and new entrants have helped start to bridge the gap.

This session will focus on key trends in 2017/18 and look forward to 2019 and beyond to explore new models and how they can be accessed, including:
• IPOs: Raising capital for Independents
• Raising exploration finance in Africa
• How do you fund African E&P
• New funding models to raise capital
• Export finance from traders structuring finance for large scale upstream prospects
• The role of LPs and GPs in upstream investment
CTICC
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CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 14:35 To 15:20

11/07/2018 14:35 11/07/2018 15:20 Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream As a cautious optimism returns to O&G investment, many oil companies are still struggling to raise capital to fund much needed development. Where traditional funding has been difficult to access, alternative structures and new entrants have helped start to bridge the gap.

This session will focus on key trends in 2017/18 and look forward to 2019 and beyond to explore new models and how they can be accessed, including:
• IPOs: Raising capital for Independents
• Raising exploration finance in Africa
• How do you fund African E&P
• New funding models to raise capital
• Export finance from traders structuring finance for large scale upstream prospects
• The role of LPs and GPs in upstream investment
CTICC
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CTICC

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