In this Sango Capital report, Paul Trites, investment director, combats the widely held view that Africa, a relatively unfamiliar territory to many global asset managers, carries existential risks.
The report addresses the most common perceived risks associated with investment in Africa,
including politics, inflation, currency, interest rates, military unrest, and natural disaster, and
explains how “advanced economies” now face similar risks at an increasing scale.
Read the full report below to discover why it’s time to revisit assumptions about the risk of
investing in Africa.