Vuyo Ntoi

Vuyo Ntoi

Investment Director AIIM

With an 18 year track record, African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM) is the most experienced private equity investment manager focused exclusively on African infrastructure. AIIM is committed to Africa’s long term development and currently manages USD2.1 billion across a number of funds in assets across the power, telecommunications and transportation sectors in East, West and Southern Africa. 
 
Vuyo takes overall responsibility for the origination, analysis and implementation of AIIM’s infrastructure investments in Southern and Central Africa. Vuyo’s been involved in the management and advice of AIIM’s Infrastructure funds since joining the business in 2003. He has a breadth of knowledge across the infrastructure sectors and has been involved in transport (roads, airports, sea ports and rail) energy (power, renewables and pipelines) and telecommunications transactions both in an analyst and principal capacity, including a number of notable transactions in South Africa and West Africa. Vuyo is currently a director of Umoya Energy, Cenpower Generation Company Limited, AIIF2 Towers and Trans African Concessions. He is also Chairperson of the Cape Town Convention Centre and is a trustee of the African Infrastructure Developers’ Association.
 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 16:35 To 17:05

11/08/2018 16:35 11/08/2018 17:05 Infrastructure Obstacles in Emerging E&P Markets Infrastructure hurdles require a long-term view adding potentially millions-billions to the total project cost. This session explores some of the most ambitious projects across the continent to support supply chain and E&P developments.

Presenters will focus on practical take-aways and challenges to overcome including:

• Socio-economic factors 
• Legacy infrastructure and the use of digital technology in Africa's upstream 
• Bureaucracy, corruption and tax complexity, how improvements in soft infrastructure drive global participation in Africa
CTICC

CTICC

"Infrastructure Obstacles in Emerging E&P Markets"

Nosizwe Nokwe-Macamo Olivier Mussat Vuyo Ntoi

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 16:35 To 17:05

11/08/2018 16:35 11/08/2018 17:05 Infrastructure Obstacles in Emerging E&P Markets Infrastructure hurdles require a long-term view adding potentially millions-billions to the total project cost. This session explores some of the most ambitious projects across the continent to support supply chain and E&P developments.

Presenters will focus on practical take-aways and challenges to overcome including:

• Socio-economic factors 
• Legacy infrastructure and the use of digital technology in Africa's upstream 
• Bureaucracy, corruption and tax complexity, how improvements in soft infrastructure drive global participation in Africa
CTICC

CTICC

"Infrastructure Obstacles in Emerging E&P Markets"

Nosizwe Nokwe-Macamo Olivier Mussat Vuyo Ntoi
Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 16:35 To 17:05

11/08/2018 16:35 11/08/2018 17:05 Infrastructure Obstacles in Emerging E&P Markets Infrastructure hurdles require a long-term view adding potentially millions-billions to the total project cost. This session explores some of the most ambitious projects across the continent to support supply chain and E&P developments.

Presenters will focus on practical take-aways and challenges to overcome including:

• Socio-economic factors 
• Legacy infrastructure and the use of digital technology in Africa's upstream 
• Bureaucracy, corruption and tax complexity, how improvements in soft infrastructure drive global participation in Africa
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 16:35 To 17:05

11/08/2018 16:35 11/08/2018 17:05 Infrastructure Obstacles in Emerging E&P Markets Infrastructure hurdles require a long-term view adding potentially millions-billions to the total project cost. This session explores some of the most ambitious projects across the continent to support supply chain and E&P developments.

Presenters will focus on practical take-aways and challenges to overcome including:

• Socio-economic factors 
• Legacy infrastructure and the use of digital technology in Africa's upstream 
• Bureaucracy, corruption and tax complexity, how improvements in soft infrastructure drive global participation in Africa
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers