At LiquidAfrica we aim to be a leading corporate finance and advisory services firm, uniting capital with opportunities across the African continent. With unique information resources, we are able to develop thorough knowledge of a given geography, sector or company in very little time, ensuring quick and successful execution for our clients. Through established relationships with institutions actively investing in Africa, we bridge the capital gap, providing access to liquidity to growing companies on the continent.
Our Johannesburg based team works closely with LiquidAfrica’s local partners across the continent, enabling us to keep abreast with the various regulations and customs in each country. With a diverse pan African team, we are purpose-built and particularly adept at transacting in both French and English-speaking parts of Africa.
LiquidAfrica is a pan African corporate finance and advisory boutique operating from offices in Johannesburg and London. We provide our services to African companies and assist them with raising capital to expand organically or through M&A. Additionally, we provide international capital interested in participating in the African growth story, with an opportunity to gain this exposure in various sectors of the African economy.
- Client Base
Entities seeking capital – LiquidAfrica has executed advisory mandates in excess of US$500 million in a variety of industries including telecommunications, oil & gas, banking, insurance, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals, agriculture, IT, construction, mining & resources, infrastructure and power. We provide advisory services to entities seeking to raise between USD 5 million and USD 150 million in debt or equity funding, with target companies ideally intending to list in the short-to-medium term to provide equity investors with a clear exit.
Investors - In the Company’s 13 year history, LiquidAfrica has developed a strong base of private equity, development finance institutions, as well as portfolio investors interested in participating in various sectors in Africa. These investors appreciate the need for development in many areas across the continent, as well as recognise the opportunity to earn sustainable returns on their investments.