Seven of the ten fastest growing economies in the world are in Africa right now, which is why we believe Africa is the new frontier and investment destination. With the highest rate of return on investment in the world – we believe that the paradigm has shifted from ‘should one invest in Africa’, to ‘managing the risk of not being in Africa’.
Raising capital can, however, be a daunting task in Africa, which is why potential investors need a reliable, on-the-ground financial services partner who understands the unique challenges and regulatory frameworks of doing business in Africa. RMB is that partner and gateway for investors in Africa.
RMB is a proud and leading African investment bank. As the investment banking arm of the FirstRand Group, we have representative offices and subsidiaries in the UK, India, China, and the Middle East and access to a network of retail banks in 25 African countries.
Through FirstRand, our parent company, RMB is a signatory to Nepad (New Partnership for African Development) and we play an active role in the ongoing economic transformation of the continent. From a development perspective, we constitute a critical pool of capital and expertise. Our activities help to build the social, financial and infrastructural foundations of both South Africa and the African continent.
Our deal footprint in Africa encompasses the following countries:
|RMB Offices||RMB Representative Offices||Countries with FirstRand Subsidiaries|
|RMB Offices||Countries with FirstRand Subsidiaries|
|1. South Africa||6. Botswana|
|2. Namibia||7. Lesotho|
|3. Nigeria||8. Mauritius|
|RMB Representative Offices||10. Swaziland|
|4. Angola||11. Tanzania|
|5. Kenya||12. Uganda|
The need for infrastructure development, agriculture and consumer goods in Africa is critical. RMB has advised on and financed many infrastructure development projects, resource finance projects, mergers and acquisitions and property developments in Africa over multiple sectors.
RMB FLAG FLIES HIGH IN TANZANIA
RMB co-arranges US$250-million sovereign loan for United Republic of Tanzania.
|Contact||Ato Gyasi on +27 11 282-1827 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or
Ian Lessem on +27 11 282-1440 or email email@example.com
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Rand Merchant Bank is committed to the sustainable future of the African continent and its people, with financial solutions available for resource deals that develop Africa’s mining and energy potential.
|Contact||Henk Deist on +27 11 282-4345, email firstname.lastname@example.org or
Gary Buisansky on +27 11 282-8417, email email@example.com for your project funding needs in Africa
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Rand Merchant Bank has established itself as an award-winning investment banking solutions provider to its clients in over 35 countries in Africa, across a wide range of industries.
|Contact||Michael Larbie on +27 11 282-1233 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on what RMB can do for your business|
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Africa is not just one country. It is a vast continent with 54 sovereign states with multiple and often fragmented economies and territories, rules, regulations, stakeholders and markets. Yet, many countries in Africa are facing the same challenges: lack of infrastructure, a need for basic services such as water and telecommunications, financial services, trade finance and distribution networks. We view these challenges as sustainable investment opportunities.
Other compelling reasons to invest in Africa right now are:
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