Dr Martyn Davies is the Managing Director of Emerging Markets & Africa at Deloitte Africa. He also leads the Africa firm’s China and Japan Services Group.
Over his career, he has been an advisor to a large array of multinational firms on their market entry & engagement strategies in Africa.
He has also conducted a large amount of advisory work on behalf of the public sector.
He has previously been ranked the # 1 analyst in South Africa in the “Other African Economies & Markets” category as awarded by the Financial Mail in its Annual Analysts of the Year awards. Follow Dr Davies on Twitter.
He is a Senior Fellow at the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth – a group comprising leading international economists which works on subjects relating to macro-economy and inclusive growth.
He is also a member of MasterCard’s MENA & Africa Knowledge Fora providing strategic advice to the management of MasterCard in the Middle East & African regions.
Martyn was selected in 2010 as a Young Global Leader, an honour bestowed by the World Economic Forum each year to recognise the most distinguished young leaders nominated below the age of 40 from around the world and has served in various advisory capacities at the WEF.
Martyn completed his PhD at the University of the Witwatersrand at the age of 25, has studied at Yonsei University (Seoul) and has completed executive programs at Harvard Business School, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Yale University and Said Business School at Oxford University.
He has previously been on the faculty at Stellenbosch University and the University of Pretoria, as well as at the business schools of both universities.
He is a Visiting Professor at IE Business School, Madrid, Spain.
- The Strategies of Winning Firms in Africa.
- The Economic Rise of Africa.
- Global Economic Outlook.
- BRICS and the New World Order.
- The Strategies of China and Other New Actors in Africa.
- What makes a Winning Country? Strategies for Country Success.
- Emerging Markets.
- Competitiveness of Companies and Countries.