Kingston Capital (“Kingston”) is an African focused Investment Banking Advisory Services firm, specializing in Corporate Advisory Services, Fund Raising and Project and Infrastructure Financing.
Kingston has African Affiliate Status with CAMS Global (www.camsglobal.com), a London and New York centered multi-faceted Project Development and Advisory Services firm, targeting oil and gas, power including renewables, cement and fertilizer plants.
CAMS Global was formed in 1972, with initial activities centered on Saudi Arabia,expanding to the rest of the Gulf States as well as the Middle East. CAMS has been in Africa for more than 30 years, with projects ranging from Rural Electrification, Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Supply, as well as Electronic Payment Systems.
It also has Mandated Representative Status with International Investment Consortium (Asia) Limited (IIC) (www.iic2u.com), a Malaysian based Investment Fund, with a lot of interest to tap into Africa’s huge investment potential. Currently Kingston’s representation covers the following countries; viz: Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, eSwatini, Botswana, Rwanda, Uganda, Ghana and South Sudan.
IIC’s areas of interest, include the following; viz: Infrastructure (Roads, Railways, Air Transport, Airports, River/Sea Ports), Energy and Power, Agriculture, Irrigation Systems and Dams, Housing, Mining, Smelter Plants, Economic Zones and Health, with a capacity to invest in excess of US$ 5 billion in a single project.
IIC’s modes of investment intervention in a country, include but not limited to the following; viz:
Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT); where IIC would under a contract with the Host Government, finance the design and construction of a facility/asset, and operate and manage it, and thereafter, transfer the project to the Host Government at the end of the agreed contract period.
Concessions, where IIC would finance the rehabilitation, modernization and upgrade of a public asset/facility, and manage for an agreed period of time.
Joint ventures for power and mining projects.