We strongly believe in the positive power of capital. As a financial advisor in Africa, we have a role to play in supporting economic development, promoting access to essential infrastructure and services and seek to reduce poverty.
We are keen to support and maximize the additionality of investments made by our clients, especially in countries or sectors where these are most needed.
We offer independent advice, a pragmatic approach tailored to your needs and excellent client service
We provide access to a strong network
Our expertise is complemented by our senior advisors and industry experts bringing a wealth of experience and skills from different angles
We are passionate about economic development. We are willing to make a difference in the sector we operate and care about poverty alleviation
We offer a unique approach by focusing on financial advisory in both the infrastructure sector and the impact investment space
NEWS AND INSIGHT
December 2016: Triodos Investment Management published 7 impact investing articles for an inspiring 2017 – discover the paradigm shift in investing
September 2016: The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) released a report featuring the role of impact investors in relation to the Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN
June 2016: M. Emmanuel Faber, CEO of DANONE group spoke (in French) to HEC students about social justice (video)
March 2016: Smart Capital explained the supply and demand (video) of impact capital
January 2016: The Harvard Business Review published an article outlining different approaches to impact investing
December 2015: Former US president Bill Clinton delivered a speech about inclusive capitalism (video)
September 2015: UN countries adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years.
June 2015: CDC launched a new web-enabled ESG toolkit for fund managers
April 2014: The World Economic Forum (WEF) and the Organisation for Economic Development and Cooperation (OEDC) introduced the concept of Blended Finance (video) which consists in combining development finance, philanthropic funds and private capital to enable more appropriate risk & returns to private investors in challenging environments.