Posts Tagged ‘investment’
After a decade of little growth, Gaïcha Saddy is positively surprised by recent development projects in Niger.
Private equity valuation specialist Rory Ord shares his thoughts on the future of private equity deals in Africa.
An AfDB report shows that many African SMEs have difficulty accessing external financing.
Private equity firm Phatisa discusses its role in development and investment across the continent.
The DRC’s planned energy project is also aimed at alleviating poverty and aiding industrialisation.
The healthcare sector offers opportunities for investment across Africa.
Real estate players highlight challenges to property development on the continent.
Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Tanzania and Cameroon stand out as attractive markets for long term investment, according to Euromonitor.
Diaspora investment capital can be a sustainable, effective and efficient source of development finance for Africa.
Companies who are not currently doing business in Africa perceive it as the least attractive investment destination in the world.
Eric Guichard’s company Homestrings gives foreign investors access to investment opportunities in Africa.
“While FDI inflows into African countries might be gaining momentum, they are still behind markets such as Asia.”
A commercial cassava farming business in Nigeria requires crop financing as well as a five-year loan to purchase additional equipment and to upgrade infrastructure.
A key driver of foreign investment in land, food security is a challenge mankind has been confronted with in various times and places.
In a recent report by Standard Bank, analysts Simon Freemantle and Jeremy Stevens outlined five trends powering Nigeria’s appeal to investors.