Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies with an average of 86,000 employees in more than 70 countries. Our New Energies business – set up in 2016 – is investing up to $2 billion dollars a year until 2020 in services and products from a range of cleaner sources, with a focus on new fuels for transport and power. We are also exploring commercial ways to provide access to energy to underserved consumers. We have an ambition to provide a reliable electricity supply to 100 million people in the developing world by 2030. www.shell.com
FMO is the Dutch development bank. FMO has invested in the private sector in developing countries and emerging markets for more than 45 years. Our mission is to empower entrepreneurs to build a better world. We invest in sectors where we believe our contribution can have the highest long-term impact: financial institutions, energy and agribusiness. Alongside partners, we invest in the infrastructure, manufacturing and services sectors. With an investment portfolio of EUR 8 billion spanning over 85 countries, FMO is one of the larger bilateral private sector development banks globally. www.fmo.nl
Bamboo capital partners
Bamboo Capital Partners is a global private equity firm investing in companies that expand access and improve quality and affordability of essential products and services for low income populations who represent the fastest growing segment in emerging markets. By financing companies with the potential to scale that merge business innovation with local expertise, Bamboo Capital Partners aims at creating inclusive economies and accelerating the next generation of leaders in healthcare, energy, financial services, housing and education. www.bamboocp.com
Rianta Capital is an investment advisor with presence in Zurich and London. The company provides investment and management advice to the investment companies associated to a single family, with a particular focus on private equity and real estate.
Pamiga Finance SA B is an impact investment vehicle domiciled in Luxembourg. It aims, through financing microfinance institutions and companies to help unlock the economic potential in rural Africa by providing innovative access to renewable energy, productive water and agricultural value chains. Through Pamiga’s unique network, investees across all sectors are able to accelerate their growth thanks to its unmatched knowledge of rural markets and finance in Africa. www.pamiga.org