Alitheia’s current initiatives include:
Alitheia Capital conducts workshop for microfinance banks
Management of a Microfinance Investment Fund
Development of rural schools infrastructure
Management of a Clean Energy wholesale facility
Empowerment of Small and Growing Businesses through access to financiers and mentors
Management of a Micro-Home loans wholesale facility
On invitation of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Alitheia Capital conducted a workshop on Financing Options and Capital Structuring for Microfinance Banks on the 8th of February, 2012. It was held as part of the 6th Annual Microfinance Conference and Entrepreneurship Awards. The workshop was conducted by Andre Wegner, VP for Social Funds, and focused on the advantages of microfinance banks considering financing structures in their planning, as well helpful advice on raising capital. Handouts from the event can be found on our microfinance page (link).
Andrew Mitchell: Africa is open for business ...
DFID - Andrew Mitchell - July 11, 2011
Thank you very much for your kind invitation, to all of you for coming and to Sir Andrew for his kind introductory comments. ...
MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: Goodwell West Africa Invests in Nigerian Mobile Money ...
MicroCapital - Alexandra Pattee - May 9, 2011
Goodwell West Africa, a branch of Goodwell Investments of the Netherlands, has invested an undisclosed amount in Paga's mobile money service with approval from the Central Bank of Nigeria. Paga is a Nigerian company that was founded in 2009 and ...
Goodwell partners with Alitheia to invest in Nigeria mobile money firm
Wireless Federation - May 9, 2011
Goodwell West Africa in partnership with Nigeria-based Alitheia Capital has completed an investment in the Nigerian mobile money start-up Paga. According to reports, Paga was started in February, after receiving approval from the Central Bank of ...