Thursday, 9 November 2017
To celebrate the launch of ERM’s office in Tanzania, we will be hosting an evening of networking with clients from a number of industries.
The evening will involve the sharing of ERM’s perspectives on global megatrends as well as the main environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks to major capital projects within Tanzania.
ERM is presently working with both project developers and financiers in East Africa, and indeed across Africa, to address such non-technical risks throughout the transaction and project lifecycle. Join us for an interactive discussion where we can share our insights into the challenges associated with managing non-technical risks in major capital projects, with particular attention being paid to the following risks in the Tanzanian context:
- Stakeholder Perceptions and Expectations
- Job Creation
- Community Health, Safety and Security
Dinner will be served following the discussion, which will also provide the opportunity to network with industry peers. This event is invitation only - for more information on attending, please contact Merle Finch at merle.ﬁnch@erm.com.
Marinda Rasmussen - ERM Business Unit Managing Partner: Africa and Middle East
Marinda has over 20 years of environmental consulting and corporate experience in sustainable development, water and waste management, mine closure planning, safety improvement, and due diligence auditing. She is recognised as a leader in sustainable development, notably in the mining sector in Africa.
Josia Moirana - Principal Consultant, ERM Tanzania
Josia has 10 years of experience managing ESG risks. Prior to joining ERM, Josia fulfilled senior roles for the BG Group, Spencon International Ltd and AngloGold Ashanti. Josia has significant experience with environmental engineering, environmental management, health & safety, auditing, and management systems.
Amalia Lui - Senior Associate, Clyde & Co
Amalia is a qualified advocate practicing in Tanzania with over eight years’ experience with complex legal matters, including acquisitions and alternative dispute resolution, in the mining and energy sectors. She has worked on high profile projects relating to negotiations and drafting of contracts between investors and government.