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Delivering “ready-to-invest” infrastructure projects




Focused on Sub-Saharan Africa, AfricInfra delivers to the market the “ready-to-invest” infrastructure projects it is looking for.


AfricInfra’s proposal is to fill in the gap existing in the infrastructure sector market in the region where is currently a shortage of well-prepared projects in comparison to the financial resources available.

Considering the needs and the potential, infrastructure is an immense investment theme in the region, but gridlocked by lack of funds, experience and expertise to prepare projects.

AfricInfra is built on the belief that execution is key to success.





AfricInfra is incorporated by Swensee, a financial advisory company with deep experience in Sub-Saharan Africa. With Swensee, AfricInfra has a global and local coverage on the continent either directly or through its network of local developers.

AfricInfra has access to a deal flow of around 40 infrastructure projects at development stage representing USD 1.4 billion of capital expenditure mainly in power, education and healthcare services.

The company’s task is to: analyze, select, execute and sell sustainable projects to industrial and financial investors.

With an expected life of 5 years, AfricInfra is raising USD 30 million to bring 12 projects at selling stage.


AfricInfra will produce a massive impact.



million USD in AfricInfra

will become

million USD of Capital Expenditure

On each project, a comprehensive economic, social and environmental assessment will be performed.

It is estimated that more than 5 million people will benefit locally from the implementation of the projects.

Matthieu Delouvrier’s interview for France 24

“L’entretien de l’intelligence économique”


A light and agile team with a 30 year experience in Sub-Saharan Africa, a wide network on the continent and a local footprint in Nairobi and Abidjan.





Matthieu Delouvrier

Investment Banker / Entrepreneur


Matthieu has 30 years experience in investment banking in Africa and other emerging markets. He started his carrer at Lazard Frères in Paris. He is the founder of Swensee.

Cédric Sirven

Manager / Entrepreneur


Cédric has a profile of manager/entrepreneur in particular in the oil&gas industry where he has created and developed several companies (Pebercan, Prestoil).

Belgrad Kenne

Private Equity / Investment Banker


Belgrad has a strong experience in private equity (CentreCourt), management and corporate finance (Afrika Investment Bank) especially in eastern Africa.

François-Xavier Tokpanou

Banker / Entrepreneur


François-Xavier is a professional banker who has had many responsibilities (Citibank, Standard Chartered). In 2010, he was appointed CEO of Banque Atlantique Cameroon.


Oliver Baring

Entrepreneur in the African continent

United Kingdom

Oliver Baring has a long standing experience in the mining industry (Mwana Africa, First Africa Group). He started at Anglo American before moving to investment banking at S.G. Warburg.

Loïc Caperan

Infrastructure expert


Founding Partner at Prim’ and Proper, a consulting and M&A company focusing on Energy. Previously COO of Electricité de France (EDF), Executive Vice President at Fiat and Renault.

Abena Amoah

Investment Banker / Influencer


Abena is CEO of Baobab Advisors, Advisor to the BlackIvy Group. She is board member at Kosmos Energy, Wapic insurance, Access Bank, African Women’s Development Fund.


« Insufficient infrastructure spending remains the biggest risk to Africa’s economic growth ».

Mr. Sunil Bharti Mittal, CEO of Bharti Airtel