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Corporate Finance and Capital Raising
We advise businesses on significant capital raising through IPOs; private equity; debt; and M&A transactions in Sub-Saharan Africa with a specific focus on the East African Region. We focus on mid & large-sized companies with a typical transaction size of USD 5 million – USD 250 million. Our Head Office is in Nairobi with an additional office in Kampala, and affiliations across Eastern Africa, the continent and the globe.

          Our Services

Mergers & Acquisitions

Private Equity Advisory

Strategic Options Advisory

We our clients on the optimal financial structure that enables them to realize their corporate strategy. We undertake strategic & financial reviews, business valuations and analysis of the strategic & financial options available, including M&A, private equity, public equity, mezzanine capital and debt funding

We offer objective, sector-focused advice that aids our clients to successfully navigate the complexities of M&A transactions. We evaluate potential acquirers or targets and advise on the transaction structure, valuation and financing, with the aim of realizing maximum value through a sale or acquisition.

We offer PE firms & DFIs investing in Sub-Saharan Africa tailor made services during the duration of their investment cycle. Our services include portfolio evaluation, buy side due diligence, investment sourcing, exits and valuation.

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Debt Products Advisory

We advise our clients on selecting and securing cost effective capital solutions that are consistent with current market conditions and management objectives. Our range of services includes issuance of corporate bonds and commercial paper, mezzanine debt financing and bank syndications.

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Equity Capital Raising Advisory

Equity Capital Raising Advisory
We assist our clients to structure and value their businesses in preparation for an IPO or significant private equity capital raise. Thereafter we execute the transaction to achieve the best possible value for their shareholders.

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