Shirley Webber

Shirley Webber

Managing Director - Head of Natural Resources Absa Bank

Shirley joined Absa Bank Limited in 2011 and is now the Coverage Head for Natural Resources for Absa Group Limited (Corporate and Investment Banking). Her responsibilities include maintaining and growing relationships in the mining, metals, oil, gas and chemical industries. She has a wealth of experience working with clients such as Tullow Oil, Sasol, PetroSA and Kosmos amongst others.
 
Prior to joining Absa, she was the Sector Director of Mining, Resources and Commodities at FirstRand Bank Limited in Johannesburg. She obtained her tertiary qualifications in B.Com (Ed)(Cum Laude) and B.Com Honours in Financial & Strategic Management from the University of the North West.
 
As part of her focus on the banking industry, she has always taken up part time lecturing at various universities and colleges to ensure that students receive valuable practical banking industry knowledge. She was a member of the Financial Services Board Seta in South Africa and a member of a working group at the University of Pretoria developing an appropriate curriculum for banking related university degrees.

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Wednesday 03/02/2021

From 13:10 To 14:05

02/03/2021 13:10 02/03/2021 14:05 Panel Discussion: Government & Private Sector Collaboration: Resilience, Reboot & Responsible Sourcing of African Minerals Sponsored by      Moderated by 
  • ESG impact on high-risk mining communities: OECD Framework and other practical tools for companies to better understand and mitigate supply chain risks      
  • Defining the role of Governments and Financial Institutions: Strategic client due diligence, financial sanctions and other measures that need to be undertaken to enhance responsible supply chains      
  • What is the scope for international cooperation on artisanal mining and conflict minerals?       
  • Supply Chain Transparency – What role can technology play for producers, end users and national regulators to achieve legitimate transparency?      
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"Panel Discussion: Government & Private Sector Collaboration: Resilience, Reboot & Responsible Sourcing of African Minerals"

Bady Baldé Fortune Mojapelo Hon. Gwede Mantashe Mzila Mthenjane Neal Froneman Roger Baxter Shirley Webber
Time and date

Wednesday 03/02/2021

From 13:10 To 14:05

02/03/2021 13:10 02/03/2021 14:05 Panel Discussion: Government & Private Sector Collaboration: Resilience, Reboot & Responsible Sourcing of African Minerals Sponsored by      Moderated by 
  • ESG impact on high-risk mining communities: OECD Framework and other practical tools for companies to better understand and mitigate supply chain risks      
  • Defining the role of Governments and Financial Institutions: Strategic client due diligence, financial sanctions and other measures that need to be undertaken to enhance responsible supply chains      
  • What is the scope for international cooperation on artisanal mining and conflict minerals?       
  • Supply Chain Transparency – What role can technology play for producers, end users and national regulators to achieve legitimate transparency?      
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