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January 12, 2011

Family-owned brewing company Heineken announced on 12 January that it has acquired controlling interests in five breweries in Nigeria as it continues its expansion in emerging markets.

Family-owned brewing company Heineken announced on 12 January that it has acquired controlling interests in five breweries in Nigeria as it continues its expansion in emerging markets.

The breweries acquired include two holding companies of the Nigerian-based Sona Group, giving Heineken access to Sona, IBBI, Benue, Life and Champion breweries. The financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Heineken also said that it would consider the possibility of consolidating the acquired breweries into its existing business in Nigeria, but gave no timetable.  

January 12, 2011

Frontier markets could see an annual growth of 11% over the next 10 years, predicted asset managers Swiss & Global Asset Management, outperforming many developed and mature emerging markets.

Frontier markets could see an annual growth of 11% over the next 10 years, predicted asset managers Swiss & Global Asset Management, outperforming many developed and mature emerging markets.

Good economic prospects, strong demography and limited penetration by the stock market when compared to the overall GDP are some of the factors that can help these frontier markets grow, said the study.

June 18, 2010

Mention “Nigeria” and “banking” to Bryan Collings and he loses his train of thought mid-sentence. The emerging markets fund manager for Hexam Capital has made some good returns on Nigerian banks such as over 13% on Access Bank.

Mention "Nigeria" and "banking" to Bryan Collings and he loses his train of thought mid-sentence, writes Richard Hemming. 

The emerging markets fund manager for Hexam Capital has made some good returns on Nigerian banks such as over 13% on Access Bank.

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