Nexo Worldwide Holdings is an African founded, US-based holding company that primarily invests in Africa.

We believe that the future of Africa, it’s development and advancement will come as a result of investing in and alongside its people.

We understand the great opportunity that Africa provides. Our experience of running, overseeing and investing in successful businesses enables us to identify and manage high potential, high growth companies while mitigating the risks of operating in an emerging market.

Our in-house research capabilities, as well as tacit interaction with the local business environment; provides us with an intimate understanding of market activities. Equipping us with the necessary skills to create continuous growth for our investors and partners.


In the moment of crisis, the wise build bridges, and the unwise build dams. ~ African proverb

Nexo Worldwide Holdings bridges the gap between the people, races, cultures, and politics of Africa. We find opportunities to maximize on investment while mitigating the risks for our investors.


We are here to demystify the African business landscape, debunk stereotypes and alleviate concerns about investing in Africa; thus raising the profile of Africa as an investment destination.


We are interested in new and diverse approaches, delving into uncharted, emerging markets or contrarian approaches to existing ones.


We want to build companies with lasting significance. We want to help form management teams that create an environment for sustainable success.


A percentage of our profits are put aside every quarter; half goes into our Social Impact Fund while the rest we dedicate to scholarships, school programs for the poor, agricultural education, sanitation among many other deeds.


Simba Precious Metals Fund I

Gold, Platinum, Silver, Copper, Zinc, and Nickel.

Savanna Agro Fund I

Farming. Livestock. Arable land.

Baobab Impact Fund I

Social Impact.


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Can Cobalt Supplies Scale With Massive EV Market Growth?

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January 18, 2017

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January 18, 2017

Opportunities totaling an annual $2.3 trillion — and 80 million new jobs — by 2030

Taking a sustainable approach to the world’s food and agriculture challenges, like hunger, food waste and environmental degradation, could lead to new business opportunities totaling an annual $2.3 trillion — …

November 18, 2016

12% of the world’s oil reserves, 40% of its gold, and 80% to 90% of its chromium and platinum…

While not all African countries are commodity rich, the continent has 12% of the world’s oil reserves, 40% of its gold, and 80% to 90% of its chromium and platinum. …

October 18, 2016

Africa offers an opportunity to reap a better return than the “old” emerging markets

The real GDP of sub-Saharan Africa as a whole will grow by 5.1% and 5.8% in 2014 and 2015, respectively, as foreign investments in natural resources, increased public spending on …