Private Equity in Africa

Private Equity players are considered as problem solvers driven by building regional businesses that can compete in the international market.  One of the main challenges for private equity transactions however, is the valuation gap which can be bridged by using various instruments.


Moderator:

Karim Anjarwalla, Anjarwalla & Khanna

Panelists:

  1. Ameel Somani, Helios Investment Partners
  2. Asif Abdallah, Prime Fuels
  3. Dr. Frannie Leautier, Mkoba Private Equity
  4. Jeenal Shah, AutoXpress Ltd.
  5. Sylvain C Denis, CFA, Alioth Capital
  6. Paul Kavuma, Catalyst Principal Partners

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