By combining our already extensive individual resources and expertise we offer investors a single-point solution for impact investment across sub-Saharan Africa under our Thrive Africa offering.
Real return. Real impact.
We match global capital with opportunity that makes a difference.
#A Unique Partnership
African Alliance Asset Management and Tshikululu Social Investments have partnered to bring together decades of experience in Financial and Social Impact expertise. Both companies were founded by Africans in Africa. The focus of the Fund’s investments will be on delivering sound financial returns and measurable impact.
African Alliance Asset Management is one of the longest standing and most experienced fund managers in sub-Saharan Africa, with a 25 year track record of investing across the continent. We have built a substantial infrastructure in terms of offices and professional teams to meet the investment needs of our clients who include national governments, municipalities, parastatals, NGOs, retirement funds, medium- to large-sized public and private companies and individuals. We offer a range of collective investment schemes as well as discretionary management, structuring and advisory services.
In many instances African Alliance’s role in Africa has been ground-breaking and we have gained a reputation for high levels of skill, innovation, delivery, consistency and integrity. African Alliance has built financial markets where none previously existed, in the areas of domestic private equity and venture capital funds, primary bond issues, unit trusts, asset management, corporate finance and treasury.
As part of the broader African Alliance Group of Companies we have access to substantial deal origination capability and expertise, which is all the more important given the increasing prevalence of private market opportunities across the markets in which we operate.
Most Sustainable Development Goals imply or require improvements in infrastructure
Africa’s annual infrastructure funding need
Africa's annual infrastructure funding gap
Estimated cut in business productivity in Africa due to infrastructure constraints
Access to clean energy is essential to sustainable economic growth
Percentage of the population using clean fuels and technologies for cooking in Sub-Saharan Africa
Percentage of population in Africa with no access to power
Increase in energy demand by 2030 resulting from Africa's development path
Financial inclusion is a key component of inclusive economic growth
Percentage of adults in Africa with an account at a formal financial institution
Number of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals given that incorporate financial inclusion
Boost in annual GDP of emerging economies by 2025 with use of digital finance
#A Unique Offering
Access the extensive on-the-ground expertise of two leading African impact investment organizations
Over 25 years of investment experience throughout sub-Saharan Africa across a range of entities and asset classes
Access to a wide range of economically attractive impact opportunities across one of the world's final investment frontiers
Real hard currency return in a low-yield global environment
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