Sectors we invest in:
With a combined portfolio of over $500 million, SAO Capital finances and invests in projects across several sectors including health, agriculture, energy, and the environment to make a viable economic impact for our investors.
We seek sustainable solution to the power problems in Nigeria and other parts of Africa.
Our goal is to help reduce the environmental impact of non-renewable energy by reducing the reliance and dependence on the national grid in Africa.
We identify, develop, finance, construct and operate energy infrastructure projects across Sub-Sahara Africa.
Working with our financial and strategic partners, we develop tailor-made solutions from advisory to project commissioning as we seek a sustainable solution to the power problems in Nigeria and other parts of Africa.
Sustainable, impact-driven Agriculture
We provide sustainable agricultural investment advice and opportunities to private and institutional investors. As a matter of operational excellence, we strategically seek out, validate, and partner with capable and reputable operators who share our vision to meet local and international needs.
We are experts at managing large-scale, geographically, and commodity-diverse agricultural enterprises. We maximize returns using our life cycle approach – entry strategy, tactical agricultural portfolio development, best practice management of agricultural and farming operations, and exit mechanisms.
We improve the healthcare sector
To foster sustainable and top-notch healthcare services in Africa, we raise money through loans and grants to improve the healthcare sector.
In our capacity as financial advisors and capital-raising partners, we work to establish medical-oriented buildings for government and private health organizations.
We focus on installing, repairing, maintaining, and servicing healthcare equipment to ensure efficiency within the sector.
We are currently working with energy solution providers to improve the facilities of 584 Primary Health Centres in Ondo State, serving 5.1million residents, and are also using the Power Holding Companies (PHCs) as an energy distribution hub to power communities around them.