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21 Aug 2022
Actis a leading global investor in sustainable infrastructure has recently concluded a first close of its real estate fund, Actis West Africa Real Estate Income Fund (NREIF) at US$45m.
6 Mar 2020
Actis, a leading investor of private capital into global emerging markets announced it has acquired a majority stake in Rack Centre, Nigeria’s leading provider of data centre colocation and cloud services.
18 Jun 2018
Energized by the positive outlook in the retail sector, Actis Africa Real Estate, one of the leading growth markets investor has opened a new vista of opportunities for Nigerians to expand their businesses in Cameroon capital, Douala. The firm has increased the stocks of retail malls with the commencement of Douala Grand Mall in partnership…
4 Nov 2016
The firm disclosed this, when it hosted over 200 senior public and private sector decision makers in Lagos recently, to share its perspectives on the Africa opportunity and potential for Nigeria.


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Following the dissatisfaction of some electorate in the management of the governorship and state assembly elections, protests rocked some states, yesterday, against the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
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Out-of-job Nigerians cashed out N207.91 billion being the 25 per cent unemployment pension benefits from their retirement savings account (RSAs) in the second half of last year alone.
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The Professional Footballers Association of Nigeria (PFAN) may clash with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) following the ‘sack’ of Super Eagles’ assistant coaches, Finidi George and goalkeepers’ trainer, Ike Shorunmu.
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Parlous infrastructure, foreign exchange (forex) shortages, multiple taxation, among others have been linked to rising cases of firms being delisted from the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), especially in the manufacturing sector as investors...
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Chelsea are reportedly willing to offer Christian Pulisic to Napoli in exchange for Victor Osimhen in an audacious player-plus-cash transfer, writes talksport.com.