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Jurie Swart is Chief Executive Officer of African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM). Mr. Swart has been involved with AIIM since its inception in 2000 and was appointed as Chief Executive Officer in 2014. He has served as a Director since 2009 and is also a member of the AIIM investment committees. Mr. Swart joined Old Mutual Investment Group as an equity analyst in September 1999 before joining the infrastructure team, where he was appointed as the Head of Infrastructure and Development Assets in 2007 (which includes AIIM, the IDEAS Fund and the International Infrastructure Fund).
AIIM has funds under management of over US$1bn across five infrastructure funds. The funds managed and advised by AIIM are designed to invest long-term institutional unlisted equity in African infrastructure projects such as such as toll roads, renewable energy, power generation, port and communication infrastructure assets. AIIM has positioned itself as a leading infrastructure equity investment manager in the African landscape providing compelling investment opportunities that seek to deliver superior returns for investors, adding value through effective environmental, social and governance management, while making a tangible contribution to local economies and communities.
Mr. Swart holds a B.Sc in Engineering (Civil), a B.Com degree and is a Chartered Accountant (SA).
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