Practitioner–led, peer–to–peer driven content (audio and video) hub designed to help institutional and private investors with strong appetite to build alternative asset portfolio to navigate through the complexities of investing in Africa.
The reports turn the spotlight on investment professionals and their advisers playing vital roles in innovating investment structures in infrastructure funds, real estate funds, alternative credit, private equity and debt. And created by a professional journalist-led team, from live forums, interviews, debates, open conversations and dialogues held all year round and in key financial hubs.
Infrastructure Debt Strategies As Catalyst For Long–Term Capital
Infrastructure debt solutions can offer pension funds and insurance companies long-dated, stable, cashflow-driven returns. However, as long–term investors in Asia, Europe and the U.S continue to increase their exposure to infrastructure debt; African asset owners are struggling to effectively engage with this asset class. This report will address the principal blocks to institutions wishing to invest in infrastructure debt.
Investing in Africa Alternative Assets
Investing in Africa Alternative Assets, 2017 is a new practitioner–led, peer-to-peer driven content (audio, podcast, and video) report designed to turn the spotlight on alternative asset classes in Africa. The report intentionally shifts away from text-based PDFs, and places emphasis on engaging institutional and private investors with a strong appetite to build alternative asset portfolio in Africa; with easily assessable audience activated content via online and social media touchpoints.
November 2017 | London, United Kingdom An in-depth conversation on the practical implications of InfraCredit to institutional and private investors with the appetite to build infrastructure portfolio. The session looks at the potential bottlenecks that could arise at transactions stages, as well as explore how InfraCredit could shape the face of local currency debt instruments issued to finance infrastructure in Nigeria.