There is growing recognition and acknowledgement by various governments of the need for the development of capital markets, as a mechanism to facilitate economic growth and to finance the development of key priority sectors. For example, the national country visions of Kenya, Zambia, Rwanda and Nigeria all highlight capital market development as a key goal.1 In many of those same reports, further emphasis on the importance of effective land use management and urban development, and on the need for focused attention on affordable housing delivery is notable. CAHF wishes to appoint a service provider to undertake a study to explore the potential for the development of a residential REITs market in Africa, with a focus on eight countries: Morocco, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia . This study will form part of our ‘Capital Markets and Funding’ programme, and will contribute to CAHF ‘s broader programme of work.
Proposals due by 12 noon (SAST), 31 May 2019 by email to Pamela Lulama Nqini at firstname.lastname@example.org