Investing Africa

Our commitment to your business

Providing you with 15 years of Business Development, Project management experience on the continent and a lifetime spent in Africa. AES through its Managing Director and founder are the best fit to support your african investment.


Development support


Project execution


Investment Advisory


Supporting your development 

Legal / Tax advisory

Business development 



Market intelligence

Your single entry point to growing in Africa 

Enabling your project execution

Project coordination

Financing identification

Supply chain

Strategic partner identification

Sourcing support

Generating trust for you to deliver 

Accompany the local investment 

Defining the local entity model


Partnership identification 

Nominee Director services 

Catering for your local assets

The Next El Dorado

Africa is market globally covering 1,2 Billion people, with a combined GDP of over USD$ 3,5 trillion. We are seeing the world's largest multinational companies establishing presence in Africa, getting ready to execute tomorrows ever growing operations on the continent. 

Agriculture, ICT, Transportation, Energy and healthcare are in demand for transformation. They will all be forced towards a leapfrog technological evolution, just has been the case for the mobile services, making Kenya the world leader in mobile payments ratio.

East Africa, according to the latest African development Bank report, still has the most stable GDP growth on the continent, around 6% for the last ten years, and a projected 5,9% for 2019. The works towards greater economic cooperation at continental (CFTA) and regional (EAC, COMESA, IGAD) levels are making remarkable progress. They are paving the way towards a free, open regional market and the creation of a monetary union, hence the fiscal, monetary and exchange rate policies are in the process of harmonisation.

These are positive signals towards the potential investors of this new and dynamic economy.


The African Electrification Dilemma - The misuse of multiple concepts ranging from poverty eradication to environmental concerns, blur the future of African electrification