Australian investment manager New Forests sends Africa team to Kenya
New Forests has a $10 billion portfolio. It seeks to raise $500 million to establish its position in sustainable agroforestry in Africa.
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▪ Australian investment manager New Forests sends Africa team to Kenya
▪ New Forests has a $10 billion portfolio. It seeks to raise $500 million to establish its position in sustainable agroforestry in Africa.
Paul Ohaga, senior director of New Forests Africa and a former World Bank official, leads the Nairobi office. Five new staff members have joined the team: Eva Warigia as associate director of investor relations; Kuda Phairah as associate director of operations, alongside Moses Kimani, associate director of investments. Stephanie Bishop, associate director of CSR, and Sean Lloyd, head of operations, complete the Group’s African cohort.
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