The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA), the Motor Industry Retirement Funds (MIRF) and Copartes Pension Fund have invested $60m in the African Women Impact Fund (AWIF) Initiative.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has issued a R200m 1-year Green Bond due September 2023, the first AfDB Green Bond denominated in ZAR.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has offered a $35m financing package to Jubaili Agrotec, a Nigeria-based agrochemicals manufacturer and distributor, to increase smallholder farmers’ access to key input and boost food production to strengthen food security in sub-Saharan Africa.
The Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) has joined forces with Norsad Capital, to introduce each other to potential transactions and seek to collaborate and share risk.
British International Investment (BII), the UK's development finance institution (DFI) and impact investor, has announced new commitments to Algebra Ventures and Endure Capital.
U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) has made the first disbursement of $83m of its up to $300m loan to Africa Data Centres,
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC), Africa’s largest asset manager, has given formal notification to make a $100m equity investment in the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC).
IFC has invested in Uhuru Growth Fund I, a fund managed by Uhuru Investment Partners, a middle-market private equity firm in West Africa.
British International Investment (BII) and FMO have announced a $116m joint commitment to African Infrastructure Investment Fund 4 (AIIF4), managed by African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM).
Angola, Africa’s largest oil producer, has partnered with the Africa Finance Corporation as a shareholder and its 35th member state.
DFC, the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation, has agreed to invest $280m in Access Bank in Nigeria alongside Access Bank Managing Director Roosevelt Ogbonna.
FMO, the Dutch entrepreneurial development bank, has committed $10m in Algebra Ventures’ second fund.
Standard Bank and British International Investment (BII) have partnered with Scatec and H1 Holdings to successfully reach financial close on the first sizable battery energy storage and photovoltaic (PV) solar project in South Africa.
Standard Bank has led the arrangement of a R6bn sustainability-linked term facility and a R800m sustainability-linked working capital facility for Motus, the first ZAR-based sustainability-linked funding in the South African automotive sector.