Old Mutual Emerging Markets (OMEM) has appointed Iain Williamson, currently OMEM Finance Director, as interim Chief Executive Officer.
Africa50, an infrastructure fund for Africa, has approved the appointment of four internationally renowned investment and infrastructure experts as Senior Advisors and members of its Investment Committee.
The Abraaj Group has appointed Mark Bourgeois as Partner, Global Head of Investor Engagement and CEO of Abraaj North America.
Emerging Capital Partners (ECP), a Pan-African private equity firm, has announced the promotions of Brice Lodugnon and Paul Maasdorp, two of its senior investment professionals, to Managing Directors.
Maitland, a global advisory and fund administration firm, has announced a major organisational restructure of the leadership team of its institutional client services arm.
Quantum Global Group, an investment firm focusing on Africa, has announced the newest appointments to its Advisory Board, Dr. Cheick Diarra and Dr. Thomas Ladner.
Actis, a growth markets investor, has appointed Glen Matsumoto as a Partner in the firm.
Old Mutual has announced that Ralph Mupita, CEO of Old Mutual Emerging Markets (OMEM), has tendered his resignation, in order to pursue interests outside of the financial services industry.
FTI Consulting, a global business advisory firm, has appointed Joel Kibazo as Managing Director to spearhead business development across Africa.
KKR has appointed Timothy R. Franks as a Member in its London office to cover the Consumer & Retail industries in Europe, Africa and Middle East (EMEA), effective February 1, 2017.
The East Africa Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (EAVCA)’s Executive Director, Nonnie Wanjihia Burbidge will be leaving the organization at the end of October 2016 after three years in the role.
Atlas Mara, a sub-Saharan financial services group, has announced that the Chairman of the Board Arnold Ekpe, will step down on December 1, 2016.
Old Mutual Investment Group (OMIG) has announced the resignation of its Chief Executive Officer, Diane Radley, due to personal reasons.
Renaissance Capital, an emerging and frontier markets investment bank, has appointed Arnold Dublin-Green as Vice President, Sub-Saharan Africa Equity Trader in its London office.