Africa50 Staff

Africa50 Inaugurates its Headquarters in Casablanca

On Friday, the pan-African infrastructure investment platform, Africa50, inaugurated its headquarters in Casablanca, in the presence of Otman Ferdaous, Secretary of State for Investment at the Ministry of Industry, Investment, Trade, and Digital Economy, and Salaheddine Mezouar, President of the Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises and former Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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Alain Ebobissé and Saad Eddine

Africa50 CEO meets Moroccan Prime Minister, Mr. Saad Eddine El Otmani to discuss infrastructure development

Ahead of the inauguration of Africa50 Headquarters in Casablanca, a delegation of the pan-African investment platform, led by its CEO, Mr. Alain Ebobisse, paid a courtesy call on Moroccan Prime Minister, Mr. Saad Eddine El Otmani, on Thursday, in Rabat, after a meeting with the newly appointed Minister of Economy and Finance, Mr. Mohamed Benchaaboun.

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Mauritius Becomes the 30th Shareholder of Africa50

Africa50 has welcomed the Republic of Mauritius as its 30th shareholder. Dharam Dev Manraj Gosh, Mauritian Minister of Finance and Economic Development, signed the Share Subscription Agreement on behalf of the Government, committing Mauritius to take the necessary steps for ratification of the agreement, as required under the Articles of Association of Africa50.

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Kumar Sardana

Africa50 Appoints Anil Kumar Sardana, a Senior Infrastructure Executive, to its Investment Committee

The Board of Directors of Africa50, the infrastructure fund for Africa, has approved the appointment of Anil Kumar Sardana, a renowned infrastructure executive, to its Investment Committee. He will join Africa50 CEO, Alain Ebobissé, who chairs the Committee and three other global infrastructure experts, to ensure that Africa50’s investments meet the dual objectives of development impact and financial return.

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Africa50 receives additional equity investment from Kenya, gains Rwanda as new shareholder

Nairobi, 19 July 2018 - President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya announced yesterday in Nairobi, that his country would double its shareholding in pan-African infrastructure investment platform Africa50, increasing its current investment to US$100 million.

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