Foreign and domestic private equity firms are set to benefit the country’s infrastructure projects from a deal to be signed during the oncoming 16th annual conference.
The two-day conference organized by African Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (AVCA) will serve as a big boost to President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Big Four Agenda more so on infrastructure sector as it will be will be attended 500 African and international participants all representing $1.5 trillion (about Sh12 trillion) in assets under management.
“We see a lot of bankable opportunities,” said AVCA’s chief executive officer, Michelle Kathryn Essomé.
Previously, Kenya has been known to be good for private equity with its improved business environment being an attraction to global deal makers.
In last year, the country was ranked third most attractive in Africa despite the much piling debts. It is from the ranking that the country was able to benefit from the move by the government to make it viable and competitive technology hub.
According to Centum Investment CEO James Mworia, affordable housing, healthcare, food security, and education are some of the projects which investors can consider as they are most attractive in the country. The firm is set to strike deals with global firms that will be attending the conference.
The President’s Big Four Agenda will be a big boost to the country’s economy as it will improve food security, and healthcare, support manufacturers and build more affordable houses.
“We have good ideas, but we are facing a challenge of investable opportunities,” said Mr. Mworia.
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