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Why Private Equity firms need to consider competition law risks before any investment following the Goldman Sachs fine from the Commission
The infrastructure investment space, particularly in Nigeria, continues to attract the attention of the nations of the world (developed and developing nations alike) and the global investment community.
Cindy Valentine and Gregg Beechey provide an outline of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD)
With a population of over a billion people, and an enviable growth rate, the statistics of Africa’s energy deficit are stark.
Barry Mendelsohn looks at private equity exits across Africa, including mature funds, secondaries and capital markets
Mozambique is one of the fastest growing countries in Africa, however political stability in the region remains a major concern.
As a result of corruption in the mining sector many governments are re-examining mining licences and in some cases cancelling them
Ofei Kwafo-Akoto and Gregg Beechey look at crowdfunding as an alternative financing option in Africa
The Lekki-Ikoyi link bridge is an iconic new road project in Lagos State, Nigeria.
Cindy Valentine looks at Africa's reputation as the last sizeable geographical area of untapped growth in the global economy
Simon RickettsSimon Ricketts is the author of planning blog L is for Localism. Providing updates and insightful commentary to the planning industry.