With the advent of the Great Global Lockdown, it seems appropriate to focus on how the
market in Africa is developing, with particular emphasis on South Africa as one of Africa’s most sophisticated financial markets.
The good news is that investors are still investing in Africa. However, the landscape has changed considerably. Capital has become constrained since the
advent of lockdown, resulting in businesses that are likely to either survive or even thrive post the pandemic being starved of funding. Many investors have observed this and are
seeking legitimate opportunities. The consequence is that an increasing number of capital-seekers have realized that they need professional and experienced help from credible corporate finance advisors. This has been evident in the significant increase in enquiries that Neu Capital Africa has received since the lockdown started in South Africa.