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Craig Arenhold, StatPro South Africa

Best to invest overseas warn South Africa’s wealth managers

South Africa’s private banks may excel in their use of technology, but the country itself faces myriad economic and political problems

Ousmene Mandeng, New Sparta Asset Management
From Regions / Middle East & Africa May 23, 2016

Long-term mindset needed to get the most out of Africa

Africa is brimming with opportunity, but investors should spread their nets widely and look beyond commodity producers towards other sectors such as infrastructure and consumer-driven industries

Karim El Solh, Gulf Capital
From Regions / Middle East & Africa / Saudi Arabia April 14, 2016

Why there is more to the Gulf than oil

Karim EL Solh, CEO of Gulf Capital, talks to Yuri Bender about the impact of low oil prices on the GCC and why private equity may be the best investment route into the region

Nick Wilson, Qatar Investment Fund
From Regions / Middle East & Africa / Ghana September 4, 2015

Does Africa or the Gulf burn brightest?

Nick Wilson of the Qatar Investment Fund and IOTA’s Jean-Charles Charki debate whether Africa or the Gulf states offer greater opportunities to investors

Eduardo Gutierrez, Development Partners International
From Regions / Middle East & Africa July 29, 2015

Private equity can help bring good governance to Africa

African business owners with expansion plans are increasingly realising they need to professionalise the way they operate, in order to draw capital and increase the firm’s value

Maty Ndiaye, Duet
From Regions / Middle East & Africa July 22, 2015

Profits and pitfalls on private path into Africa

Africa is home to some of the world’s fastest growing economies and an increasing number of investors believe private equity could prove an effective way in. Yet the asset class remains niche and the risks very real

Anthony Cragg, Wells Fargo
From Regions / Middle East & Africa / Nigeria June 24, 2015

MINT a meaningless acronym for four disparate countries

Individually, Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey contain a great deal of value. But they have nothing in common

Jan Dehn, Ashmore
From Regions / Middle East & Africa / Nigeria June 18, 2015

Frontier markets: a good time to take the long view

Frontier markets are volatile, but offer stronger longer-term returns to investors

Mark Mobius, Templeton
From Regions / Middle East & Africa / Nigeria June 15, 2015

Opening up frontier markets

As frontier markets develop, the opportunities available to investors are considerable, but detailed research is required to avoid the pitfalls

Cesar Perez, JP Morgan Private Bank
From Regions / Middle East & Africa / Nigeria January 26, 2015

Bargains to be found as emerging markets fall out of fashion

Most private banks are underweight emerging market equities following a torrid couple of years for these economies, but attractive valuations could represent something of a buying opportunity

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