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November 21st, 2016
Vuyo Ntoi

Vuyo Ntoi

Vuyo Ntoi, African Infrastructure Investment Managers Investment Director and Head of Southern and Central Africa

Vuyo Ntoi serves as the Investment Director, Southern Africa at African Infrastructure Investment Managers.

Ntoi is the Investment Director for Southern and Central Africa, and is responsible for overseeing the firm’s activities in this region.

He joined the firm in 2003 and has been involved in the management of the firm’s funds for over a decade and has been responsible for originating, analysing and implementing investments for these funds.

He was initially involved in the build-up of the South Africa Infrastructure Fund’s (SAIF) holdings in South African toll roads, including additional stakes in Trans African Concessions, N3 Toll Concessions and Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire.

In addition, he was involved in the early refinancing of the toll road assets.

He also played a leading role in the the firm’s funds pioneer investment outside South Africa, the Lekki Concession Company.

He led the firm’s funds investment the 350MW Cenpower IPP near Tema in Ghana as well as the 67MW Umoya Energy Wind Farm in South Africa.

Prior to joining the firm, he was an investment analyst and strategist in the Research and Investment Management team at Ipac South Africa an investment management and consulting company within the Brait Group.

Ntoi is currently a Director of Trans African Concessions, Umoya Energy Wind Farm and Cenpower Generation Company Limited.

He holds a BCom Honours Degree from the University of Cape Town.

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