Pamoja Capital Group is an independent corporate finance and M&A boutique, providing financial advisory services to corporations, financial institutions, governments and entrepreneurs.
Established in 2006, Pamoja Capital has offices in Johannesburg and Nairobi. We aim to deliver value to our clients and become the corporate finance advisory firm of choice in the markets in which we operate.
Pamoja Capital continues to forge new grounds, whether it is creating new products and services in financial markets where we have operated for some time or extending to new high opportunity growth regions. The firm is continuously growing its network through partnering with like-minded firms across Africa.
- LeapFrog Investments and Resolution Insurance today announce that LeapFrog intends to invest KSh 1.68 billion (US$18.7million) for a majority stake in Resolution Insurance, through its holding company, Resolution Health East Africa LimitedRead more from the Download
African railway authorities and major rail end-users have told us that they are looking to invest millions in railway infrastructure. Approximately 82% of government/ railway authorities/ operators survey participants consider planning, funding and finance as their highest priority with 65% of the railway operators surveyed considering the advancement of their signalling and communications technology as being critical to their development.
Panel Speaker – Geoffery Gangla
11 - 12 March 2014
Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa
Panel discussion: How to meet project finance requirements
Read more about Awards and recognitions given to Pamoja Capital over the years...
a) Independent Corporate Finance Advisory Boutique of the Year – Kenya 2014
b) ACQ Global Awards 2014 - Corporate Finance Advisory Boutique Of The Year
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Dimension Data’s take-over of AccessKenya moved a step closer to completion after the company announced on Wednesday that its buyout offer has become unconditional following acceptance of the bid by more than the regulatory minimum of 75 per cent of shareholders of the firm.
The South African firm said in a statement that it has received acceptances from holders of over 75 per cent of the technology firm’s 218 million ordinary shares in issue, having made an offer for 100 per cent take-over of AccessKenya.