It’s always a pleasure to reconnect with you all, and I’m delighted to share a synopsis of our activities over the first half of 2022. We are already halfway through the year and remain optimistic that we are at a point in history when we are smarter and have more options and opportunities. Pearl Capital Partners (PCP) remains committed, and our actions and investment decisions play a critical role in driving the narrative towards significant and measurable social and development impact.
Yield Uganda Investment Fund, an agribusiness impact investment vehicle managed by Pearl Capital Partners, has struck its second deal of the year after hacking a Ugandan agriculture supply chain firm last month. The fund, alongside Danish investor Gorm Pedersen, has invested in Ugandan pelleted animal feed processing, marketing, and distribution company Kamp.
The Yield Uganda Investment Fund has announced a Shs9.5 billion aggregate investment in Kamp Group Ltd. The blended equity and debt funding was raised through a coinvestment arrangement between Yield Uganda and Gorm Pedersen 2 Holding ApS, a Danish investor. This marks the fund’s thirteenth investment in the Ugandan SME agribusiness sector.
PRESS RELEASE: Yield Uganda Investment Fund and Gorm Pedersen Holding 2 ApS invest USD 2.6 million (UGX 9.5billion) in Kamp Group Limited.
The Yield Uganda Investment Fund is proud to announce a USD 2.6 million (UGX 9.5 billion) aggregate investment in Kamp Group Limited. This blended equity and debt funding was raised through a co-investment arrangement between Yield Uganda and Gorm Pedersen 2 Holding ApS, a Danish investor. This marks the Funds thirteenth investment in the Ugandan SME agribusiness sector.
Press Release: Yield Uganda Investment Fund invests USD 515,000 (UGX 1.814 Billion) in Enimiro, a Ugandan vertical supply chain partner.
Yield Uganda Investment Fund (Yield Fund), which is managed by Pearl Capital Partners is thrilled to announce an investment of USD 515,000 in Enimiro in a blend of equity and Cumulative Redeemable Preference Shares. This marks the Fund’s twelfth investment into the Ugandan agriculture SME sector.