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We are pleased to present the premier edition of our Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Study in Nigeria – titled: Strengthening access to finance for MSMEs in Nigeria, a collaborative effort of KPMG Nigeria and Enterprise Development Centre, a centre of the Pan Atlantic University. The survey which polled over 3,000 entrepreneurs, 18 banks and government/ multilateral agencies was conducted between November 2013 and March 2014.
Transformation for many Finance Functions is a dramatic shift from the status quo, which will require a fresh and hard look at your Finance vision, goals and strategies.
The Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) held its inaugural Investment Summit in Lagos, Nigeria on the 25th March 2014. The theme of the summit was ‘Bridging the Infrastructure Investment Divide,’ the summit attracted more than 500 business leaders from across the continent, and featured several significant actors in the infrastructure development sector.
The Malawi Country Focus Seminar is proudly brought to you by KPMG in collaboration with Africa Exchange and in association with the Trade Fairs Department of the SA German Chamber of Commerce.
Nedbank Group, which announced on Friday it was entering the Mozambican market, remains on target for a solid financial performance this year. Nedbank, Old Mutual Group’s bank subsidiary, is entering Mozambique by acquiring an initial 36.4% stake in Banco Unico for $24.4m. Nedbank plans to take a majority stake later. South African banks are targeting expansion opportunities elsewhere on the continent in line with strategies to tap faster-growing developing countries.
Representing the world’s fastest-growing emerging markets, the Brazil-Russia-India-China grouping added South Africa to its ranks in 2011. Together the BRICS countries account for 42% of the world’s population …
Africa Brief: South Africa and African growth, Zimbabwe investment, Motsepe Guinea investment plans and more
Global investors are looking for new ways to participate in Africa’s growth success. The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF’s) latest World Economic Outlook expects that sub-Saharan Africa will grow 5.6% this year and 6.1% next year. If these projections are realised, sub-Saharan Africa will surpass Asia as the world’s fastest-growing region next year. It is not surprising that rapid growth is occurring in the poorest countries. What is surprising about Africa’s present rapid growth performance is that it is spread across a large number of countries.