Original disclosure @ FMO website
Updated in EWS Mar 11, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Mar 24, 2022
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As stated by the FMO, AIIF4 plans to make 10-14 investments of control or significant influence in pan-African assets with core infrastructure characteristics and a focus on greenfield and growth opportunities (including but not limited to renewable energy generation; digital infrastructure including fiber, data centers, and communications towers; LPG distribution for end-consumer use in clean cooking; and roads, air-, and seaports).
African Infrastructure Investment Fund 4 (AIIF4) is a pan-Africa private equity fund focused on investments in digital, energy transition, and transport and logistics infrastructure. AIIF4 has a target fund size of $500-750MM and is managed by African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM). Old Mutual Group, AIIM's owner and sponsor, will anchor, AIIF4 supported by FMO and two other European DFIs as first close investors.
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