Nigeria and Ghana Impact Investing and Policy Landscape Analysis

Share This Post

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on email

Nigeria and Ghana Impact Investing and Policy Landscape Analysis for Nigeria and Ghana was commissioned in 2019 to address the information gap within the impact investing sector and to propose policy recommendations to increase the flow of funds and build demand for impact investing assets.

In spite of the increased awareness of impact investing within the development and investment communities, information on the impact investing sector remains limited. The Impact Investors Foundation study on Nigeria and Ghana Impact Investing and Policy Landscape Analysis was commissioned to address this gap and to propose policy recommendations.

The report builds off the Global Impact Investing Network(GIIN) 2015 study, ‘The Landscape for Impact Investing in West Africa.’ Nigeria and Ghana represented more than half (54%) of impact investing capital in the region, with Nigeria receiving 29% and Ghana receiving 25% of the capital deployed. This 2019 study seeks to understand the extent to which investor experience, deal flow, and outlook have evolved since 2015 and policy has enabled or inhibited impact investing, and in turn to propose policy recommendations that address the issues identified.

More To Explore

Do You Want To Become Our Member/Partner?

Please Register by clicking the button below