Africa Supply Chain Trade Finance Strategy
This Trade Finance strategy is focussed on the African commodity supply chain, with emphasis on the agri space. The manager is one of the world’s leading investment managers specializing in Commodity Trade Finance and the sectors financed are primarily for the international export market with established off-takers.
Infrastructure to Deliver New Sources of Energy to Europe
This multinational commodity trading company is working with an established African energy solutions provider to develop an LNG Liquefaction plant and related infrastructure to provide reliable and transitional power to Europe.
Pan Africa Debt Strategy
This Pan Africa Debt Strategy is capitalizing on the growing breadth and depth of a $180 billion plus African Eurobond market. This strategy provides investors the opportunity to participate alongside international banks in the long established hard currency syndicated loan market, accessing the continent’s strongest borrowers across sovereign, state owned enterprises, financial institutions and corporates.
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Gaz Naturel Southwest Ghana Limited
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.
Blended Finance Climate Strategy
With anchor funding and first-loss coverage from the Green Climate Fund (GCF), the world’s largest climate fund, the goal of this Blended Finance Climate Strategy is to catalyze long-term climate investment at the sub-national level for mitigation and adaptation solutions through a transformative financing model (20% public / 80% private). The strategy’s Global’s business model is designed to attract primarily private institutional investment and to deliver certified climate and Sustainable Development impacts and Nature-based Solutions at global scale (SDGs, NbS).
Cocoa Processor Impact Review
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 […]
Blended Finance Climate Fund
Supported by blended finance from the Green Climate Fund, the goal of this Blended Finance Climate Fund Global is to catalyze long-term climate investment at the sub-national level for mitigation and adaptation solutions through a transformative financing model. The Fund’s Global’s business model is designed to attract primarily private institutional investment and to deliver certified climate and Sustainable Development impacts and Nature-based Solutions at global scale (SDGs, NbS).
Independent Power Producer Impact Review
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.
Pan Africa Hybrid Fund
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.