Rise of pension giants set to transform investment in Africa

From African Capital Markets News Thu Nov 29 2012, 12:59:42

New giants are arising in African investments - the domestic pension funds. Several countries have funds worth billions of US dollars and in many they are growing at 25% a year or more. Handled well, they could transform local equity markets, exits for private equity and infrastructure investment.

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