January 30, 2013
Interviewed by: David Snow
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Investable Africa

More and more private companies in Africa are becoming “investable” just as more and more institutional capital is forming to target private equity across the continent, according to Runa Alam, Co-Founding Partner and CEO of Development Partners International as well as chairperson of the board of the African Venture Capital Association. Alam also describes an increasingly sophisticated population of African pension funds and other local institutional investors that are ready to commit capital to the asset class. Finally, she describes her goals for AVCA and why even single-person entities should join.

More and more private companies in Africa are becoming “investable” just as more and more institutional capital is forming to target private equity across the continent, according to Runa Alam, Co-Founding Partner and CEO of Development Partners International as well as chairperson of the board of the African Venture Capital Association. Alam also describes an increasingly sophisticated population of African pension funds and other local institutional investors that are ready to commit capital to the asset class. Finally, she describes her goals for AVCA and why even single-person entities should join.

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