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Africa Investor Group
Africa investor (Ai) Group, is an Investment Banking oriented Advisory Firm, which also supplies a broad range of investment data, research, broadcast and published content to a growing number of international investors with interests in Africa.
Africa investor (Ai) Capital is the principal investment arm of Africa investor and runs the Group’s Search Fund, which provides Origination Services to Fund Managers, Institutional Investors and Development Finance Institutions seeking investable transactions and partners in Africa.
Africa investor (Ai) Business Media, publishes Africa investor magazine, the leading international magazine for Africa's investment decision makers (published in English and Chinese); maintains the prestigious Africa investor (Ai) 100 Index Series (Africa’s Dow Jones), and hosts Ai CEO Investment Roundtables on Infrastructure, Capital Markets, Agribusiness & Tourism investment opportunities.
Archive for December, 2014
Cape Town, South Africa; 9 December 2014: Hubert Danso, CEO of Africa investor (Ai), a leading international investment group, last week chaired a special panel on co-investments as part of the Super Return Africa conference attended by over 600 investors. Super Return Africa is the meeting place for the African and global private equity LP […]
The Ai40 Investor’s Index continues to tumble and not even Egyptian stocks could save it this time: a third straight week of loss saw the Index drop another 3.14 points – a hefty 2.62% down from last week’s close of 119.46. This leaves the Index now wobbling at a current value of 116.32.
Optimism and opportunity abounds but a bumpy and slow journey ahead for some: PwC Infrastructure ReportTuesday, December 2nd, 2014
The African continent continues to attract the interest of global investors, developers and operators searching for growth. While there are short term concerns in some of Africa’s regions, the opportunities abound for infrastructure investment and development. Infrastructure spend in the region is projected to reach $180bn per annum by 2025, according to PwC’s ‘Capital Projects […]
After two weeks on top of the Ai40 Index, Egypt’s Orascom Construction came crashing back down to earth. As a result of this, and several other notably poor performances, the Index dropped below the 120 mark to close out the week at a value of 119.46; the Index’s lowest level since March 24 this year. […]