PRIVATE EQUITY AFRICA PRINTED JOURNAL
IN THIS ISSUE:
Digging for deals
Historically, investors have barely had to scratch the surface to find ready-to-invest deals. As competition heats up, deal doers have to dig longer and deeper to find the right assets.
Small companies have been the most overlooked in terms of capital allocation. But this may be changing, as investors adopt innovative strategies and the industry explores new exit options.
Private Equity Africa 2012 Awards
The cream of Africa’s private equity industry gathered at the Four Seasons Hotel Canary Wharf in London in June 2012, to celebrate best-in-class GPs and Advisors for their achievements in the decade up to 2011.
Syndication and Consolidation
Consolidation and syndication are set to be key themes in Africa’s private equity landscape, as deal-making and fundraising competition heats up across the continent, according to panellists at Private Equity Africa’s Q1 seminar.
LP Investor Summit
Private Equity Africa delivered its maiden LP Investor Summit in London on 14 June, in a well-attended one-day event that attracted almost 190 attendees
Half yearly news report
Chayton changes fund to agribusiness holdco
Obama pushes for US investment into Africa
Africa to lure more LPs
DEALS AND FUNDS
Large deals elude managers
H1 2012 deals highlights
Focus favours funds
H1 2012 funds highlights
Bribery Act: Shady dealings
The French Connection
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