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Tendai Musikavanhu, CFA, shares his views on the obstacles to investing in Africa such as insufficient information, illiquid markets, limited investor protection, and a poor perception.

The Take 15 Series is a series of short interviews with leading practitioners on timely topics focused on the investment profession.  

About the Speaker(s)

Tendai Musikavanhu CFA

Tendai Musikavanhu, CFA, is co-founder of One Stone Capital Group (previously UC Capital) and Old Mutual Global Index Trackers Limited. Prior to founding One Stone, he worked for Old Mutual, Robert Flemings, the Board of Executors, and Southern Asset Managers. Mr. Musikavanhu serves as chief executive officer for Old Mutual Global Index Trackers and is chairman of One Stone Capital's board, a trustee for the Musikavanhu Investment Trust, and founder and an investment committee member for the Inhlakanipho Education and Development Trust. He served as a member of the FTSE-JSE advisory board during the transition of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange to the new globally recognized indices. Mr. Musikavanhu holds a bachelor's degree from the University of South Africa.