Infrastructure as a Disruptor

Harith General Partners is the leading Pan-African fund manager for infrastructure development across the continent. With offices in Johannesburg and Cote d’Ivoire; Harith manages Africa’s first and only 15-year US$630m infrastructure fund, the Pan African Infrastructure Development Fund (PAIDF) 1 and the 12 year US$435m PAIDF2.

The funds are invested in a number of major projects across Africa in diversified sectors such as energy, transport, information and telecommunications. The Harith mission has been enabled by support received from African capital raised mainly from state pension funds, development finance institutions, top investment banks and financial institutions.

We are also in a partnership with Asset and Resource Management Company Ltd (ARM), a leading Nigerian financial services company which currently manages over US$2.7bn of assets, to form the ARM-Harith Infrastructure Fund (ARMIF). ARMIF invests in infrastructure projects in West Africa.

In addition to ARMIF, Harith has a joint venture with Namibian based INO Capital to manage the NAD 280m Namibian Infrastructure Fund.

With such diverse partnerships and an intimate knowledge of the sector, built from 10 years’ experience of funding mega infrastructure projects and investments on the African continent, Harith is bringing together public and private sector leaders within the infrastructure sector, as well as project developers and investors, for a full day discussion on African infrastructure.

Business Day are our confirmed media partner for the event.

The seminal Harith – Business Day African Infrastructure Dialogue 2017: Infrastructure as a disruptor, will be followed by the 10 year anniversary Dinner, at The Lookout, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town.