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Ashton takes methodical approach in year one

“Bull markets don’t die of old age – they get murdered.” That was the takeaway message Sean Ashton recalls from a conference...

Competition heats up for 2020 Awards

Eleven months into a tumultuous year for the markets, many funds in our database have done well to contain volatility and generate...

Savvy Awards 2020: the best white papers

End-of-year reading - we have partnered with Savvy Investor, the world's leading knowledge network for institutional investors, to bring you the best investment papers of 2020

Sanne names new Mauritius head

Sanne, a leading global provider of alternative asset and corporate business services, has promoted Rubina Toorawa from chief operating officer, Mauritius to...

AIIM raises capital for third African infrastructure fund

African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM), one of Africa’s largest infrastructure-focused private equity fund managers, has successfully completed a capital increase of US$80 million for its flagship pan-African infrastructure fund, AIIF3

Prime grows team and global reach

Prime Asset Managers has hired Nicky Nairn as head of operations, with Graeme Tarr joining in the UK office

Sustainable benefits from value approach

Africa-focused equity specialist Sustainable Capital says domestic and foreign allocations to African listed equities have swung to extreme lows that are unlikely...

Early nominations point to competitive 2020

With two months of returns still to be captured in 2020, the landscape is an extremely competitive one for the 2020 HedgeNews Africa Awards. This month’s early nomination list reflects a group of funds that have thus far protected capital and generated meaningful upside for their investors in a whipsawing environment.

Optis set for re-rating of African markets

2020 has been a challenging year for investors in African equities, admits Gavin Butcher, but African equity markets are primed for a turnaround

Private equity shows start of recovery

The latest RisCura-SAVCA South African Private Equity Performance Report for the second quarter of 2020 showed glimpses of a recovery, though Covid-19’s impact remains evident