The third Renaissance Capital Annual Egypt 1:1 Investor Conference, held in Cape Town, South Africa, ended after showcasing Egypt’s investment opportunities, as well as connecting prominent South African investors with senior leaders of Egyptian companies.
The conference, which took place from 24-25 April, had participants from Egyptian companies across a broad range of sectors—including healthcare, consumer, financial, materials, and real estate—to facilitate inter-African partnership and investment opportunities.
Ahmed Badr, MENA CEO at Renaissance Capital, commented, “today Egypt looks more competitive than ever before. Vision 2030, the government’s plan for Egypt’s economic development, continues to support the underlying growth story that will create plentiful investment opportunities for investors both in Africa and globally.
Badr added that Renaissance Capital is excited to be acting as a conduit between investment capital and high-growth companies seeking to expand their operations and create more value.
Over the course of the past year, Renaissance Capital has further consolidated its position in North Africa and integrated its regional business within the wider Europe, Middle East and Africa. The firm currently holds key licenses for underwriting and promoting IPOs in Egypt.
Renaissance Capital recently reported its full-year 2017 financial results, recording a net profit from core business at $15.6m, up 43% year-over-year.