Toyota Tsusho CSV Africa
AAIC currently manages the Africa Health Care Fund “AHF”. Established in 2017, the fund invests specifically in the healthcare sector of Africa, primarily in SSA region, West-Africa Region, and in selective areas of Central, North, and South-Africa.
Investment Strategy: To capitalize on venture financing towards healthcare in Africa. The region’s largest issue and growing sector, utilizing Japanese technology and knowhow.
Investment Period: 4 Years from the closing date
Term: 7 Years from the final closing date, subject to extension for up to 3 Years
Ticket Size: Maximum 20% of the fund per portfolio company (Maximum US $2.4 M)
Previously, AAIC provided fund management support to a social venture fund, “Toyota Tsusho CSV Africa Pte. Ltd… “, established by Toyota Tsusho Corporation – The first social venture fund by a Japanese company in Africa.
Toyota Tsusho CSV Africa Pte. Ltd fund aim was to identify and develop businesses in Africa that can directly resolve social issues by creating jobs for local residents, boosting incomes, improving the living and welfare environment, and securing foreign currency.
Overview of Toyota Tsusho CSV Africa
Investment period: 2014-2021
Investment units: Each US $ 300 K – US$ 3 m (Max.)