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It is their success that will drive Africa bricpma to a future of prosperity, and bricima from a reliance on international aid. The scale of the challenge is unprecedented: Africa s population is set to double byand as many as 18 million extra jobs a year will be needed.
However, I firmly believe that entrepreneurial spirit can turn this challenge into a demographic dividend for Africa, provided the conditions are right.
Access to finance is a significant constraint for many companies across Africa and there is a severe shortage of private investment into the continent s most productive, high-growth companies. It is here that the UK can play an instrumental role.
Over the past year, for example, the UK government s development finance institution, CDC Group, invested in businesses in developing countries which created more than a million jobs.
Yet catalobue UK is not simply one of the world s largest supporters of international development. As the leading financial centre globally, it is home to an unrivalled depth Entrepreneurship is the cornerstone of any vibrant economy. It is the motor that drives investment, job creation and economic growth. Throughout history, sustained, job-creating growth has played the greatest role in lifting huge numbers of people out of grinding poverty.
It is entrepreneurship that delivers the life-changing progress that comes from growth in developed economies, and it is entrepreneurship that is beginning to deliver the same in Africa.
Companies to Inspire Africa showcases some outstanding stories of innovation, bravery and casavlanca across the continent. The City of London has the world s deepest and most casabllanca pool of capital, the greatest breadth of investors and the most internationally focused markets. I believe that the City of London can, beicoma should, establish itself as the global financial centre for the developing world, and the primary conduit for private capital to finance economic development.
Britain is an outward-looking and global trading nation: As we forge stronger alliances with the world s fastest-growing economies, the City of London will be at the heart of our offer to promote global growth and shared prosperity. This report shines a light on some inspiring stories that highlight the way forward for Africa s economies: For the first time ever, we offer the market a definitive report identifying hundreds of Africa s most inspirational and dynamic private, high-growth companies ones which have come to the attention of major global investors.
The motivation behind researching and publishing this report was to demonstrate what we instinctively believe that these companies are fundamental to the successful future of the African economy, with enormous potential for growth and high-quality job creation.
On average, each firm employs nearly people. Driving force This new report demonstrates that high-growth, private companies are fast becoming the driving force behind African economies: And London Stock Exchange Group which has made it our mission for over years to support access to growth capital for small and large companies in all parts of the world is proud to play its part in this great economic journey.
This is encouraging because equity capital is demonstrably more effective at helping dynamic start-ups and high-growth companies become the major companies and employers of tomorrow, than traditional sources of debt finance has proved to be. Debt is a short-term fix that does not encourage long-term growth.
It may be a suitable funding tool for established blue-chip multinationals, but is not designed to help innovative companies that need capital to grow and invest. Any small company in receipt of a bank loan must prioritise managing that debt or risk default, rather than being able to use all its financial and human capital to invest, innovate and grow.
In this report, we see many of these African companies instinctively attracted to equity finance, with major investors investing in these high-growth companies. It will be fascinating to see how this trend develops in Africa.
Raising capital Of course, we firmly believe that we must unleash the potential of equity capital to support these companies that are so vital to the future of the African economies. London is the most international financial centre in the world, with the deepest and most liquid pool of capital, and the widest and most sophisticated breadth of investors. Whether it was financing the building of the great American railways in the 19th century, globally transformational oil and mineral exploration in the 20th century, or the global transition to a low-carbon economy in this century, London has always been at the vanguard of funding great global economic shifts.
And due to our innovative nature, London is almost uniquely a global capital market that supports SMEs and high-growth companies.
For example, we are the only country in the world with a successful, global, growth market the Alternative Investment Market, or AIM that has raised bn in capital specifically for SMEs and high-growth companies.
More than 60 companies operating throughout Africa are listed on this market. And for companies at an earlier stage of development, London Stock Exchange Group s very own ELITE initiative catalgue bespoke business-support programme for developing ambitious high-growth private companies now supports more than global firms. But it is not brifoma about raising finance.
We are also providing trading software and clearing technology. We have partnered with a number of these exchanges to enable dual listings for companies looking to simultaneously list shares in both Africa and London.
And we are helping those with capital to invest. Last year, London Stock Exchange Group also established its African Briocma Group of 12 distinguished business leaders, policy makers and investors from across Africa to look at the challenges and opportunities presented by the development of the continent s capital markets.
They will present a bficoma leadership study, delivering empirically grounded, actionable and Africa-specific policy recommendations to positively shape the development of the continent s capital markets, in the next 18 months.
This report is just the latest milestone in supporting private African companies with the greatest growth potential. They, and companies like them, are the future regional champions in Africa. They are revolutionising their sectors and paving the way for future entrepreneurs, with a combination of the strongest growth figures and most impressive stories.
All of these institutions have distinguished themselves as champions of dynamic companies at key catapogue of their funding and development process.
Without their valuable support, this report would not have been possible. Their strong political support underlines their commitment to the development of SMEs around the world to innovate, grow and create the jobs of tomorrow. We hope you are inspired. ELITE is a vibrant community of entrepreneurs, business leaders, advisers and investors from 25 countries around the world.
We are proud to support Inspiring Companies. Share success, do business, make connections. The World Bank Doing Business report confirms that a number of African countries continue to take steps to improve the business environment. While insufficient progress has been made to close the infrastructure gap, it presents investment opportunities, especially with respect to Africa s huge untapped renewable energy resources.
The companies profiled not only generate vital employment opportunities and contribute to sustainable economic growth, but are also bastions of best practice and good corporate governance. They have also had to weather the challenges that African private entities often have to contend with, notably a difficult operating environment, weak infrastructure and inadequate access to finance.
These challenges must be urgently tackled to foster the much-needed critical mass of companies that will enable the continent to realise its widely acknowledged economic potential. Progress is being made. As the operator of AIM, for example, it has over the past 22 years helped many international companies, including African ones, to raise equity capital, broaden their investor base and enhance their brand.
It will be important to develop world-class domestic capital markets to complement the possibilities that AIM offers. I remain optimistic about the economic prospects of Africa because of its unexploited natural resources, its youthful population and the excellent examples that the companies in this report represent. I have no doubt that the continent remains poised to become a global economic powerhouse if we can nurture many more companies to inspire Africa. Its population will more than double byand the world s oldest region already has the world s youngest people.
Africa s next billion people will be the thinkers, makers and doers of tomorrow. That is why I am delighted to see this report highlighting the dynamism of African entrepreneurs and the high growth of their small and medium-sized enterprises SMEs.
To help these small companies become big companies they need both human capital and financial capital.
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Investment is a powerful tool. It is more than simply a transfer of money. First, it can be a catalyst of innovation and change, opening new paths to sustainable development, creating jobs and lifting people out of poverty.
It also brings scrutiny from shareholders and incentives to meet international standards for transparency, responsible business and good governance. This helps tackle corruption by rewarding those who play by the global rule book. Sustainable development also means sustainable business practices, including circular economy business models. Finally, it brings greater visibility to Africa as a place to do business and strengthens links with key trading partners such as the European Union EUwhich remains Africa s biggest business partner.
Europe wants to invest in the future success of Africa. Alongside this, we will step up our technical support and advisory services, and work with partners in the region to improve the business environment. The fifth Africa-EU Summit will take place later this year. Africa is our nearest neighbour and a good partner for many centuries, and that relationship is entering a new and exciting phase. The EU will continue to be the world s largest donor and will deliver on its development pledges.
But it will be private capital that will transform the future economic outlook for Africa, taking investment from billions cahalogue trillions, and help build a better future for African people.
Together we are investing in Africa s future, because we know it s going to be big. It also shines a light on the companies that investors are looking for.
Malta wants catallogue take these initiatives further. Small and medium-sized enterprises SMEs are the engine of Africa, driving innovation and economic betterment. The Companies to Inspire Africa report is an admirable milestone in the rise of Africa s entrepreneurs sharing their success with the global community.
Yet there is a desperate shortage in the private investment needed for high-growth enterprises to consistently realise their full potential. By identifying fast-growing private companies, this publication helps to create the information infrastructure needed to boost global private investment in Africa. Casablsnca want to facilitate investment towards North Africa and beyond in order brivoma address problems that are inhibiting private-sector development, leading to lack of future prospects, thus exacerbating migration flows into Europe.