Romain Py

Romain Py

Investment Director AIIM

With a 19-year track record, African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM) is the most experienced private equity investment manager focused exclusively on African infrastructure on the continent. AIIM is committed to Africa’s long term development through its infrastructure focus and currently manages USD2.1 billion across 7 funds having concluded investments into more than 55 assets across the power, telecommunications and transport sectors in East, West and Southern Africa.

Romain has 20 years’ experience in infrastructure with a proven track-record in originating, structuring and executing investments in developed and emerging markets. Prior to joining AIIM in 2014, he worked for JPMorgan, HSBC and Société Générale. Romain is leading AIIM pan-African fund business, notably AIIF3, and represents AIIM as a director on the boards of African Ports & Corridors Holdings, DSM Corridor Group, SEGAP, Albatros Energy Mali, Beyond Energy and AIIM Hydroneo.
 

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Thursday 07/11/2019

From 11:30 To 12:30

11/07/2019 11:30 11/07/2019 12:30 Incentivising Infrastructure To address the current deficit, the infrastructure investment requirement in sub-Saharan Africa is estimated to be in excess of $100 billion a year. From pipelines and power plants to infrastructure funds, we look at the key criteria for successful investment in infrastructure across Africa:
 
  • How can African infrastructure funds support economic growth across the continent?
  • The private sector’s role in funding infrastructure development, including recent establishment of public-private partnership regulations across more than 13 countries
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"Incentivising Infrastructure "

Chris Chijiutomi Romain Py Shreyas Bordia
Time and date

Thursday 07/11/2019

From 11:30 To 12:30

11/07/2019 11:30 11/07/2019 12:30 Incentivising Infrastructure To address the current deficit, the infrastructure investment requirement in sub-Saharan Africa is estimated to be in excess of $100 billion a year. From pipelines and power plants to infrastructure funds, we look at the key criteria for successful investment in infrastructure across Africa:
 
  • How can African infrastructure funds support economic growth across the continent?
  • The private sector’s role in funding infrastructure development, including recent establishment of public-private partnership regulations across more than 13 countries
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