Africa is moving into an age of strong sustainable growth. Lack of capital, however, is slowing that growth, particularly in the real estate sector. The Taaleri Africa II Fund invests in real estate and real estate development targets together with local institutional partners.
Taaleri’s second African investment fund, the Taaleri Africa II Fund, was launched in March 2017 and, by the end of May, had accumulated approximately €73 million of investment commitments from some 700 investors. The fund’s investments are situated in Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda, Maputo, the capital city of Mozambique, and the cities of Nairobi and Meru in Kenya. From conceptualisation to divestment, the projects are managed in cooperation with carefully selected local partners.
Strong engines of economic growth in East Africa
The efficient and active monetary policy of East Africa’s central banks is creating macroeconomic stability. The region’s demographic structure, a young and growing population, combined with a strong growth in purchasing power is the engine of the economy. Regional government is efficient and transparent, and political changes in the right direction are improving the operating environment.
Strong local expertise
Our portfolio manager, Antti-Jussi Ahveninen, has long-term experience in the African real estate sector, extremely strong local knowledge and networks, particularly in Kenya, Mozambique and Rwanda.
We carry out seamless cooperation with expert local partners, and together we select optimal investment targets and ensure access for our investors to the African property investment markets.
The fund is closed and is no longer accepting new investors.