IFC Asset Management Company (AMC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of IFC that raises and manages third-party capital for investment in IFC member countries, has appointed Marcos Brujis as its new CEO.
EMPEA’s President and CEO, Robert van Zwieten will be stepping down after four and a half years of dedicated service, effective November 5, 2017.
Mergence Investment Managers has appointed Nandipha Kenqa as Risk Manager: Unlisted Investments and Ntsiki Ndzima as Business Development Manager.
Exotix Capital, a specialist Frontier and Emerging Markets investment bank, has announced three senior hires, effective immediately.
Goodwell Investments has hired Berg De Bleecker as Investor Relations Director.
Exotix Capital, a specialist Frontier and Emerging Markets investment bank, has appointed Christopher Dielmann, formerly Research Analyst in the International Monetary Fund’s Strategy, Policy & Review Department.
The Carlyle Group has named Idris Mohammed as Managing Director on the firm’s Sub-Saharan African fund team (CSSAF), effective immediately.
The Abraaj Group, an investor operating in global growth markets, has appointed former diplomat Kito de Boer as Managing Partner.
The Southern African Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (SAVCA), the industry body and public policy advocate for private equity and venture capital in the region, has appointed four new directors to its board.
SANNE, a global provider of alternative fund and corporate administration and reporting services, has strengthened its Alternative Assets business with a senior appointment.
Liquidnet, a global institutional trading network, has appointed Patrick Strobel as Head of Technology for EMEA.
Strate’s CEO, Monica Singer, will be leaving Strate at the end of August 2017 to pursue new opportunities.
Exotix Capital, a frontier and emerging markets specialist investment bank, has appointed the first of three new analysts to grow business in Kenya.
David Bohigian was confirmed by the US Senate as the Executive Vice President of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), a self-sustaining US Government agency that helps American businesses expand into developing markets.