Africa50 greatly values its investors, from government shareholders and the African Development Bank, to institutional and private investors.

You are the enablers that allow us to accomplish our mission of improving Africa’s infrastructure. Our aim is to safeguard your investments and provide you appropriate financial returns, while assuring that projects have a positive development impact.

We manage credit risks by carefully structuring projects and adhering to world class financial standards. For environmental and social risks, we follow the Equator Principles, a risk management framework adopted by financial institutions worldwide.  

http://www.equator-principles.com/resources/equator_principles_III.pdf

Our charter of governance commits us to transparent reporting and timely disclosure to all investors. Our financial management rules focus on investing in sound assets and carefully managing them during construction and operations. Our liquidity policy seeks to preserve the value of liquid assets, balanced with a good return.

Africa is simply tired of being in the dark. It is time to take decisive action and turn around this narrative: to light up and power Africa – and accelerate the pace of economic transformation, unlock the potential of businesses, and drive much needed industrialization to create jobs.

Dr Akinwumi Adesina, Chairman of Africa 50 and President of the African Development Bank Group