Africa is emerging. Growth prospects for the continent remain positive with the region’s GDP growth projected to rise to 5.2% in 2015/2016 and 5.3% in 2017 according to the World Bank.

Led by strong public investment in infrastructure, increased agricultural production, and an expanding services sector, Sub-Saharan Africa is poised to remain one of the fastest growing areas. Across the region, there has been substantial investment in infrastructure; including in ports, electricity capacity, and transportation.

Several countries have also seen a strong recovery in the agriculture sector in 2014 which is expected to continue through 2015.

The expansion of the services sector led by transportation, telecommunications, financial services and tourism is also spearheading overall economic growth in a number of countries.

Nexus has worked in Africa for well over a decade. Our experience across the continent is unsurpassed. Our insight with regard to the cultural nuances, politics, and economic sensitivities in Sub-Saharan Africa enables us to work in not only in Africa’s key markets, but in many of the secondary markets as well. Whether investment opportunities arise in Anglophone or Francophone Africa, Nexus is built to manage corporate transactions across all of these regions.