South African Bonds Get a Boost After Zuma’s Resignation
Veracity Managing Director John Green appeared in a Wall Street Journal article on the subject of South African President Zuma’s resignation and its immediate impact on the country’s bond market. John echoed investors’ confidence in the development, and heralded the news as the opening of an avenue toward government reforms. South African Bonds Get a Boost After Zuma’s Resignation.
121 MINING INVESTMENT CONFERENCE – CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
Veracity CEO Steven Fox traveled to the 121 Mining Investment Conference in Cape Town, which brought together leaders from 80 mining and exploration companies and more than 250 mining investors, financiers, and analysts. Steven spoke on a panel titled “Picking winners and avoiding losers as the up-cycle continues,” on which he discussed the need for mining concerns to effectively anticipate and mitigate above-ground risks including political instability, regulatory, and corruption issues.
HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL – CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS
Veracity CEO Steven Fox returned to Harvard Business School as a guest lecturer for the fourth time, where he again led a case study on political risk factors relating to a proposed investment in Myanmar in a class titled Risk Management for Corporate Leaders.