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SUEZ LogoFaced with growing environmental challenges, for more than 160 years, SUEZ has been acting to deliver essential services that protect and improve the quality of life.  SUEZ enables its customers to provide access to water and waste services, with resilient and innovative solutions. 

With its 35 000 employees present in 40 countries, the Group also enables its customers to create value over the entire lifecycle of their assets and services, and to drive their ecological transition, together with their end-users. 

In 2021, SUEZ produced drinking water for 66 million people worldwide and sanitation for more than 33 million people.  The Group generates 3.6 TWh of energy from waste and wastewater per year and avoided the emission of 3.8 million tons of CO2.  In 2021, SUEZ generated revenues of 7.5 billion euros. 

Royal Bafokeng Holdings (RBH)

Royal Bafokeng Holdings LogoRoyal Bafokeng Holdings (RBH) is an African community investment holding company with a unique responsibility of preserving and growing the financial capital of the Royal Bafokeng Nation (RBN).  RBH is a long-term investor with a legacy of acquiring significant stakes in high growth, defensive sectors and high-quality companies with established track-records. 

We actively manage a diverse portfolio with a net asset value of approximately R46 million (as at December 2021) consisting of listed and unlisted assets in a range of geographies and sectors, including telecoms, infrastructure, property, financial services, resources and industrials.  RBH is a B-BBEEE Level 1 contributor.  

African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM)

African Infrastructure Investment Managers LogoAIIM, a member of Old Mutual Alternative Investments* (OMAI), has been investing in the African infrastructure sector since 1999 with a track record extending across seven African infrastructure funds.  AIIM’s team of 40+ investment professionals is based out of five locally staffed offices across the continent in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Nairobi, Lagos and Abidjan providing direct on-the-ground coverage of our key markets. 

AIIM currently manages an aggregate AUM of USD2.4 billion in assets across the power, renewable energy, digital infrastructure, mid-stream energy and transport sectors with operations in 19 African countries.  AIIM is a licensed FSP approved by the Financial Sector Conduct Authority in South Africa.  

*Old Mutual Alternative Investments (OMAI) is a private alternative investment manager in Africa, with over USD4.8 billion (SAR76 billion) under management in infrastructure, private equity, hybrid equity and impact funds.  It is a member of Old Mutual Investment Group, the investment management arm of Old Mutual.

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