Key facts

3NITY GLOBAL AT A GLANCE

Our primary focus is on the next emerging market success by bringing Africa's growth prospects to investors. We strive to deliver decent returns.

  • 4
    Partners

  • 3
    Targeted countries

  • 15%
    IRR

  • 2
    Seed investments

  • 2
    Years of holding period

  • 80
    Millions € of deal flow

AFRICA’s PERSPECTIVES

200

African private equity funds now target the continent (Source : Emerging Capital Partners)

40%

Of Sub Saharan’s Inflation rate in 1990 has fallen to 5% in 2014 (Source : Old Mutual Global Investors)

07

Of the world’s fastest-growing economies will be African between 2011 and 2015 (Source : The Economist)

US$54 Billion

Of net private capital flows were invested in Africa in 2012 (Source : Deutsche Bank)

07

Countries are in the upper middle-income group - US$4,126 to US$12,745 (Source : World Bank)

17

Out of the 50 countries that have improved their economies are from African (Source : World Bank)

02 Billion

Is the forecasted population by 2050 in Africa (Source : Ernst and Young)

60%

Of Africa ‘s population will be living in urban environments by 2050 (Source : Deutsche Bank)

US$2.2 Trillion

Is the total consumer spending forecasted by 2020 in Africa (Source : McKinsey)

02 nd

Largest mobile telecommunication market second only to Asia (Source : Deutsche Bank)

3NITY GLOBAL THE OPPORTUNITIES

We believe that our investment strategies are suited for the opportunities existing in Africa and that demand will intensify. We have identify the following sectors on which to focus:

Agribusiness > Africa has more than half of the world’s fertile yet unused land.

Energy > Energy consumption in Africa will increase at a compound annual growth rate of 6% p.a. by 2040.

Transport > Overall transport volume in Africa is expected to increase up to eightfold.

ICT > Information & communication technology demand is projected to increase by a factor of 20 by 2018.

Banking Services > In 2014, globally, 2 billion adults remain unbanked and Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for 17% of this.