Resilient Investments

The developed world is drowning in debt. Interest rates are becoming negative. Many industrialized countries and emerging markets are in recession mode. Bank accounts in Europe are no longer safe. The Euro is about to break. In short: The world financial system might collapse soon.
Investors are desperate. Bonds offer no yield. Stocks are overvalued. Commodities are in bear markets. Assets might be confiscated. What to do?
Invest where there is still growth. Invest in economic sectors that are least vulnerable against financial crises. Diversify your assets globally. Do not store wealth in bank accounts where a bail-in is legally possible (this includes all of Europe and the US). Invest in alternative asset classes.

For private investors

We offer private investors to participate in our technology-related direct investment opportunities in Africa.
This can be done by subscribing for new shares in one of our Protected Cells, and/or by giving a loan.

For institutional investors and financial intermediaries

An increasing number of institutional investors and financial intermediaries are looking for direct investment opportunities in Africa, as well as for investment strategies, project portfolios and access to Collective Investment Schemes.

They want to benefit from high ROI in an attractive growth region (Africa), a safe regulatory environment (Mauritius) and a low correlation to the traditional asset classes.
These services will be provided by various financial services companies within our network, and in the future by our own asset management company that will be established in Mauritius soon.

Information for potential investors from Germany

Although there are some restrictions on founding holding companies in low-tax jurisdictions ("Zwischengesellschaften") and eventually tax penalties ("Hinzurechnungsbesteuerung") that are laid out in the Foreign Transaction Taxt Act ("Aussensteuergesetz") and the Investment Tax Law ("Investitionssteuergesetz") when using financial vehicles that are not domiciled in the EU, there are possibilities of avoiding these traps: By focusing on direct investments into companies that carry out businesses which meet the requirement of active income sources ("aktive Einkunftsarten"), and avoiding financial instruments, respectively.