Keith is a regular speaker and participant at conferences and workshops around the continent and beyond focusing on the development of African financial/capital markets. Keith chaired a panel discussion in September 2015 at the Southern Africa Governance Risk and Compliance summit organised by Thomson Reuters in Johannesburg on the “Increasing extra territorial impact of laws/regulations on African banks and clients”. In September 2015, Keith also presented at the GTR Commodity Finance conference in Lugano, Switzerland on “A land of opportunity: Sub-Saharan Africa”. In March 2015, Keith presented at a conference organised by Thomson Reuters on “Financial services regulation: Key Developments” in Cape Town and moderated a panel discussion at a conference organised by Global Trade Review in Cape Town on “What does the impact of regulation mean for borrowers and banks in terms of funding?”.
He presented at the Association of Futures Markets in Johannesburg on the “Important Elements in Establishing a Sustainable Exchange” and at a “Pan African workshop for Regulators of Derivatives and Commodity Exchanges” held in Gaborone, Botswana.
Keith has also recently authored an article in Cultivate magazine (a specialist publication for the food and agribusiness sector) on “How Commodity Exchanges can help Africa’s fragmented farmers”. In addition, Keith has been interviewed on CNBC Africa on the same topic.