Our Insights


COP28: Time to move beyond circular conversations on Climate Finance

With ongoing developments in the range and scope of climate finance available to support the pursuit of the global decarbonisation agenda, closing the infrastructure financing gap in Low and Middle-income countries is increasingly possible, despite the significant investment that needs to be mobilised to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Leveraging AfCFTA for Positive FDI in Africa

In the lead up to Dakar 2: Feed Africa Summit and the 2nd Dakar Financing Summit taking place this month in Senegal, AP3 Advisory team have pulled together an Insight Report that explores how African countries can leverage AfCFTA – African Continental Free Trade Area for positive FDI that contributes to sustainable and inclusive economic growth.


Innovative Solutions to Financing Infrastructure in Subnationals

At the Nasarawa Investment Summit held between 11 and 12 May 2022, the Managing Partner of Africa PPP Advisory Services, Gori Olusina Daniel, presided over the plenary session on “Innovative Solutions to Complex Problems: Financing Infrastructure in Subnationals.” The plenary was focused on exploring innovative approaches for financing the delivery of sustainable infrastructure at the subnational level, given the prevailing fiscal constraints faced by subnationals and the opportunities available in the private sector.

Nasarawa Investment Summit

Nigeria’s 2019 Economic Outlook

Nigeria’s economic and business environment in 2018 was characterized by sustained but slow recovery from the 2017 recession. Investors had to contend with the typical constraints of the business environment – high interest rates.

Building a $7bn climate-smart pipeline of infrastructure projects in Nigeria

The United Kingdom Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility (UKNIAF) works to improve climate awareness across key infrastructure agencies in Nigeria. Our interventions are designed to promote and support Nigeria’s transition to a low carbon climate resilient approach to the planning and implementation of infrastructure projects. This blog examines how through technical assistance provided by UKNIAF’s Infrastructure Finance (IF) Component, UKAID has established a $7bn pipeline of infrastructure projects for private sector participation and investment in Nigeria.


Revisiting PPP Project Bankability in Africa

African economies have demonstrated resilience to negative shocks in recent years, and remain important and attractive markets and investment destinations However, historic underinvestment

We’re looking for experienced consultants to join our expert directory. Apply now to find out more.