The CCA Growth Fund
CCA is currently deploying the CCA Growth Fund (“CCAGF”) into making growth investments in high-potential SMEs operating in select sectors across Nigeria and Ghana. Investors in the CCAGF include Kuramo Capital, the UK Government’s CDC, the Dutch development bank (FMO), the International Finance Corporation (IFC, part of the World Bank Group), the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Agency (NSIA) and a number of High-Net-Worth Investors.
i-Fitness is Nigeria’s leading wellness business – with the largest chain of gyms, as well as a range of other well-being platforms. Through its outlets and online platforms, the company offers a range of fitness and nutrition programs to help individuals achieve their health and body goals.
Appzone is one of Nigeria’s leading enterprise financial software businesses. The company has a track record of deploying its suite of products across a significant portion of Nigeria’s leading banks and other financial institutions, as well as clients across West Africa.
Appzone’s products enable transactions and other operations across the financial services industry. The company is on a mission to completely digitize and automate financial services across Africa.
AfyA Care is a healthcare investment platform with a portfolio of healthcare assets across the healthcare value chain (low-mid & mid-high end hospitals, health insurance and healthtech). Through its portfolio of companies and partnerships, the company makes quality healthcare accessible and affordable to the Nigerian market.
Quality Foods Africa (QFA)
QFA is one of Nigeria’s leading multi-brand Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) operators with a portfolio of high-quality international and local brands. The company is on a mission to provide QSR service of global standards to customers across its target markets. Today, QFA has 3 unique and complementary brands under its portfolio: Krispy Kreme, Dodo Pizza, and Scoop’d Ice Cream.
Sector:Consumer Goods and Services
In addition to investing the CCAGF, the CCA team also currently manages a portfolio of investments carried over from its principal investing days. Two of these businesses, Crest Agro and Dataguard, have been rolled into the CCA Legacy Holding Company, taking on additional investment capital from Kuramo Capital and the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority, in 2019.
Arco Marine and Oilfield Services Limitedis a one of Nigeria’s leading indigenous marine logistics company companies. that Arco owns and operates a fleet of world-class vessels, with which it provides services such as security aond offshore support services to leading oil and gas firms in Nigeria.
Stoneworks is a granite quarry business that supplies building aggregates for government, commercial and private construction. The company has built expertise over the years, to become one of the leading operators in Nigeria’s South-West region.
Crest Agro, one of Nigeria’s leading agribusinesses, is an integrated cassava farm and starch processing company. Crest started out providing food-grade starch to blue-chip FMCGs in Nigeria, and is developing a portfolio of cassava based food inputs. that supplies leading FMCGs in Nigeria. The company operates across the end-to-end cassava starch value chain through its starch processing plant and 13,000-ha cassava farm, and has deep community involvement through its outgrower program.
Dataguard is a document management company that provides document storage and management solutions for businesses and government agencies. The company operates a state-of-the-art document warehouse for storage and electronic equipment for managing and digitizing information.