About PEVCA

Who we are

The Private Equity and Venture Capital Association, Nigeria (PEVCA) is the industry and advocacy body promoting private equity and venture capital in Nigeria.

Our Vision

is to foster an enabling environment for the Nigerian PE-VC ecosystem to thrive.

Our Mission

is to represent the collective interests of our member & associate network with the primary objective of promoting the private equity and venture capital asset class in Nigeria.

Primary Objectives

  • Champion the interests of its members on matters relating to private equity and venture capital.
  • Drive general and regulatory advocacy.
  • Foster awareness and knowledge development of the asset class through research, trainings, capacity building initiatives.
  • Host networking events and other industry themed functions.
  • Promote alignment towards best ethical and investment practices.

PEVCA is currently governed by a 7-person Board of directors.

Features

AVCA 2021 Conference (20 – 23 April)

The Annual AVCA Conference returns virtually, bringing together renowned investors, policymakers and business leaders for interactive sessions, solutions-driven dialogue and dynamic networking.

This year, AVCA is celebrating 20 years of pioneering industry research, advocacy and

Economic Review of Nigeria

Economies across the globe continue to fight to remain resilient in a post COVID environment while some remain in distress.

In this session we discussed the Nigerian economy against the backdrop of global and emerging market indicators, persistent constraints to her growth and what needs to change about Nigeria’s current economic

Webinar on Investment Opportunities Across Segments

This Q4 session took on a pitch style format to highlight disruptions and niche opportunities emerging across select segments: Consumer (Essentials, Discretionary, Manufacturing, Services), Agribusiness, Infrastructure, Tech/VC and Real Estate. Panelists presented attractive

Reviewing the Implication of CAMA on the PE industry

In this webinar several provisions in the Act where discussed particularly where grey areas may have arisen.

Webinar on Navigating the Crisis

In this feature, we invited the West African team at McKinsey & Company to share their insights on current developments with respect to COVID’s economic impact, emerging trends in select sectors and how private capital investors should be positioning.

KPMG – The Finance Act, 2019

The Finance Act introduced key changes applicable to companies irrespective of their industry. The Act modified the commencement and cessation rules, provided clarification on the Excess Dividend Tax and harmonized the various exemptions / conditions under which concessions can be enjoyed during business reorganization.

a unique platform to converge key industry players

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