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African Capital Alliance


African Capital Alliance (ACA) is a leading independent investment firm focusing on Nigeria and the broader West African region. ACA has, to date, obtained aggregate capital commitments of over $750m across several funds raised from its offices in Lagos, Nigeria. ACA has a proven track record of successfully exiting investments and delivering strong returns to investors. ACA is currently investing out of its third fund Capital Alliance Private Equity III (CAPE III), a $400 million private equity fund and the Capital Alliance Property Investment Company (CAPIC), a $165m real estate fund.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Impact: Access to Financial Services


African Reinsurance Corporation


The African Reinsurance Corporation is the premier regional reinsurance institution dedicated to the African continent but open to selected markets in Asia and the Middle East. The purpose of AFRICA RE is to foster the development of the development of the Insurance and Reinsurance industry in Africa to promote the growth of the national regional and sub regional underwriting and retention capacities and to support African economic development.

Type: Corporate Geography: Africa Impact: Access to Financial Services


AIICO Insurance Plc


AIICO Insurance Plc. commenced operations in 1963 and became a public liability company in 1989. In 1990 they got listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. AIICO Insurance Plc. is the largest Life Insurer in Nigeria. While the Stability Strength Security and Trust over the years have placed them at a better advantage in all classes of Life Assurance their global affiliations have also enable us to provide the widest range of Non Life insurance solutions to the clients. The Company also provides advisory insurance and financial services. AIICO has subsidiary businesses in the health pension and asset management sectors.

Type: Corporate Geography: Nigeria Impact: Access to Financial Services


European Investment Bank (EIB)


The European Investment Bank was created by the Treaty of Rome in 1958 as the long term lending bank of the European Union. Besides supporting projects in the Member States its main lending priorities include financing investments in future Member States of the EU and EU Partner countries. The EIB operates on a non profit maximising basis and lends at close to the cost of borrowing. The Bank's consistent AAA rating is underpinned by firm shareholder support a strong capital base exceptional asset quality conservative risk management and a sound funding strategy.

Type: Government Geography: Europe Impact: Access to Financial Services


International Finance Corporation

United States of America

IFC a member of the World Bank Group is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on the private sector. They help developing countries achieve sustainable growth by financing investment providing advisory services to businesses and governments and mobilizing capital in the international financial markets.

Type: Institutional Investor Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Financial Services


Netherlands Development Finance Corporation


FMO (the Netherlands Development Finance Company) is the Dutch development bank. Founded in 1970 FMO supports sustainable private sector growth in developing and emerging markets by investing in ambitious entrepreneurs. FMO believes a strong private sector leads to economic and social development empowering people to employ their skills and improve their quality of life. FMO focuses on three sectors that have high development impact financial institutions energy and agribusiness food & water. Alongside partners FMO also invests in the Infrastructure Manufacturing and Services sectors. With an investment portfolio of EUR 8 billion FMO is one of the larger bilateral private sector development banks globally.

Type: Bank Geography: Europe Impact: Access to Financial Services