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Through Hangala Capital and in a joint venture with Nineteen Nil Four Holdings, Hangala Capital Holdings has been established, in which Hangala Capital effectively owns a 67% shareholding. Hangala Capital Holdings through Hangala Capital Investment Management, a licensed Namibian Asset Management Company, offers unit trusts as well as segregated solutions, with close to N$ 3 billion of assets under management.

Hangala Capital has a technical agreement with Prescient Holdings for providing portfolio and administration management services since the asset management company was established in 2011. Prescient is a multinational business with its head office in Cape Town, and whose operations span sub-Saharan Africa, Europe, Australia, and Asia that offers leading innovative investment solutions to its clients. Over the years Prescient has evolved into a partnership of people and companies, servicing a broad range of clients across a number of disciplines around the world. Prescient Limited is currently managing about N$ 300 billion assets. 

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Hangala Capital Private Equity (Pty) Ltd was established in February 2015, a licensed Namibian Unlisted Asset Management Company, owned 100% by Hangala Capital. In adherence to Regulations 28 and 29 of the Pension Fund Act, the Hangala Capital Fund (Pty) Ltd was then established and licensed as a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) by the National Financial Regulator, NAMFISA, and is managed by Hangala Capital Private Equity (Pty) Ltd.

In terms of infrastructure financing, we successfully raised N$ 500 million from the Government Institution Pension Fund (GIPF) through Hangala Capital Infrastructure Manager (Pty) Ltd. This financing mainly focuses on the following sectors:

1. Energy

2. Water

3. Information Communication Technology (ICT)

4. Transport

5. Social Infrastructure (healthcare and education)

As a local Namibian investment manager, we understand the local macro environment and we seek under our investment philosophy to:

- Develop infrastructure assets in Namibia aligned with Government National Policy.

- Facilitate a provision for long-term debt on project finance terms, to finance the development of infrastructure assets.

- Provide funding and expertise needed to develop early-stage and late-stage projects in viable investment opportunities.

- Develop infrastructure assets with measurable and quantifiable social impact.

Hangala Capital's investment philosophy centers on capital preservation, robust risk management practices, and consistently striving for real returns for retail and institutional investors.