With over 18 years of experience in the petroleum, gas, and mining extractive industries, and having managed multi-functional and culturally diverse teams in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania, Mr Camara’s expertise in strategy development, financial modelling and implementation is utilised to evaluate a wide range of projects at the Ministry of Mines and Geology against international benchmarks to optimise the use of resources, improve costs, increase productivity and maximise cash flows for the benefit of the country.
He holds MBAs from the Johnson School, (Cornell University, New York) and the Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business (Queen's University, Kingston, Canada). He also holds Master's degrees in Maintenance Management (École Nationale Supéri-eure d'Arts & Métiers, Paris) and Mechanical Engineering (Uni-versité Claude Bernard de Lyon).
Mining companies make significant contributions to local development funds which are in turn used to improve living conditions and to mobilize resources for economic and social development. With support from development partners, the Guinean Ministry of Mines and Geology and mining companies aim to improve transparency of mining revenue flows for community development, using innovative online tools and infomediary engagement. The panel shares how increased transparency unlocks African investment and increases the stability and security of all-important social licenses. Learn how multi-lateral partnerships with IFC, World Bank and others can help countries underpin sustainable value for responsible mining companies.
Monday 06 February 16:00 - 17:30 Westin Stage 1
Country Case Studies