Long-standing, systemic inequalities have restricted access to sustainable financing in the housing market in West Africa. Ameet Dhillon and Robert Hornsby will talk about the ways that their companies, US-Africa Housing Finance (USAHF) and Jobomax Global, are working to combat these inequalities. By making the home building process easier and more accessible for the traditionally underbanked, they create positive economic impact, provide local training and jobs and ensure that people live in safe, high-quality housing.
Not only have they been able to create positive social impact, but also they have proved that these investments offer a great return at a relatively low risk. USAHF has had a 9% per annum return for the last 4 years and portfolio LTV less than 60%. JOBOMAX has achieved 60% CAGR and has grown to a cash flow positive business without institutional funding.
Join us on February 28 to learn about how these businesses have created positive social impact and growth opportunities for investors.
Ameet Dhillon, Managing Director, USAHF
Robert Hornsby, Co-Founder & CFO, Jobomax Global
Alex Tounkara, Senior Vice President Finance, Jobomax Global