This organization is a first-in-market global litigation impact fund focused on recovering assets stolen from low- and middle-income countries. They are dedicated to assisting democratic, anti-corruption-focused governments in their fight against corruption by providing funding and support for civil enforcement and asset recovery. Restitution treats claims as assets, purchasing the claims from the sovereign government, which invests side by side with impact investors and patient capital to maximize enforcement.
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Impact Capital Partners is currently negotiating with a sustainable independent power producer with operations in West Africa, to help them during their transition to a zero carbon strategy.
In June 2021, the Ghana Ministry of Energy approved a request from the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), a state-owned corporation, to engage this Independent Power Producer to finance and construct pipelines in an effort to stabilize the national energy grid. The project will, boost industrialization inland, establish Ghana as an exporter of NGLs and also reduce the environmental impact from the existing use of diesel and HFO + It will also reduce gas flaring, thereby reducing environmental pollution.
Impact Review Impact Capital Partners’ Emerging Market Private Debt Fund Manager has facilitated the funding of a Cocoa Processor located in the city of Makassar, Indonesia. This female-led borrower actively sources beans from 1000+ local farmers using a management system that helps farmers sell their goods in a fair and efficient way. Meanwhile, the company […]
There is a gap in the Sub-Saharan Africa market, with around 66% of adults unbanked. This Fund aims to be part of the solution by investing hybrid capital into Inclusive Financial Institutions: banks, microfinance banks, fintechs, SME-lenders, affordable housing financiers and similar non-bank financial institutions.
Impact Capital Partners’ Emerging Market Private Debt Fund Manager, has facilitated financing for an independent power producer in Ghana. The financing will help address Ghana’s inherent lack of access to capital while reducing the demand pressures and blackout frequency that currently burden the country’s electrical grid. The company has already transitioned from heavy oil and liquified petroleum gas to natural gas and their long-term ambition is to deliver 100% clean electricity across Africa by 2035 and net-zero emissions by 2050.
There is a gap in the Sub-Saharan Africa market, with around 66% of adults unbanked. This Strategy aims to be part of the solution by investing hybrid capital into Inclusive Financial Institutions: banks, microfinance banks, fintechs, SME-lenders, affordable housing financiers and similar non-bank financial institutions.
This African Women Impact Strategy is creating a sustainable investment platform to grow the number of female asset managers on the African continent. This will help address the fundamental gap in female managers’ access to the private and public investments ecosystem.
This private equity fund manager invests in technology-enabled companies addressing climate change while prioritizing equity and access. Meanwhile targeting the untapped potential of the $15 trillion industries in the ocean, on land and in the air.