Our Approach

 

The emphasis in investment is focused on what the needs of the Rwandan people are and whether investment initiatives will encourage job creation and strengthen the economy in accordance with Vision 2020.  We have a diversified portfolio focusing our investments primarily on ICT, Transport, Energy, Health and the Agricultural sector in an aim to improve lives.

Our Background

In 2000, the Government of Rwanda developed Vision 2020 which aims to transform Rwanda into a middle-income country, one in which its citizens are healthier, educated and prospering.

To realize the goal of Vision 2020, the Government of Rwanda required the participation of Private Sector companies, to develop the skills and technology needed to achieve competitive advantage. In 2010, a development company Digitech Solutions was registered to execute various projects in the energy, IT and healthcare sectors, these were eventually established as individual subsidiaries. During 2012, Digitech Solutions was rebranded and restructured to form an investment holding company Ngali Holdings.

Our Differentiation

Investors who come to Rwanda with the aim of increasing profit margins need also be mindful of the impact of their investment in the Rwandan people. As such, Ngali Holdings does not only invest but can also assist foreign investors in navigating Rwanda and to fast track government interaction and intervention for the benefit of the investment.

 

Navigating investment in Rwanda

How Ngali can help investors

  • Assist foreign investors in adhering to Rwandan law.
  • Provide assistance to foreign investors in .navigating Rwandan investment environment.
  • Assist foreign investors in capacity building in the Rwandan market.

What Ngali is looking for in an investor

  • Capacity to invest.
  • Willingness to invest in projects that promote Rwanda.
  • Willingness to invest in projects that promote Rwandan economy.

Joint venture

Business agreement in which the parties agree to develop, for a finite time, a new entity and new assets by contributing equity. They exercise control over the enterprise and consequently share revenues, expenses, liabilities and assets.

Equity investment

Generally refers to the buying and holding of shares of stock on a stock market by individuals and firms in anticipation of income from dividends and capital gains, as the value of the stock rises.

Debt Arrangement

Debt is an amount of money borrowed by one party from another. Debt is used by many corporations (and individuals) as a method of making large purchases that they could not afford under normal circumstances. A debt arrangement gives the borrowing party permission to borrow money under the condition that it is to be paid back at a later date, usually with interest.

Our Vision

Contribute to the solution of enhancing economic growth in Africa

Our Mission

With a special focus on Rwanda, invest in businesses that unlock economic potential and eliminate growth barriers in Africa

Our Core Values

Cohesion Commitment to stronger, integrated, valuable, efficient economy.

Diversity Team diversity provides valuable insight and understanding of the challenges faced by citizens and the industry.

Talent Focus on development of people and knowledge to drive business growth.

Expansion Map

Here’s a look at our reach on the African continent where we’ve been active and where we hope to go in the future to continue the drive of effectively and efficiently contributing to the building of a strong Rwanda and a strong Africa.

africa

 

The board of directors of state-owned entities is appointed by the Cabinet of the Rwandan Government. They are skilled, expert employees in Rwanda that serve in various leadership positions in companies in the country and are able to provide institutions such as Ngali with needed expertise in various sectors of interest such as energy and mining. The board of directors is appointed to act on behalf of the shareholders to run the day to day affairs of the business. As such the board of directors has a significant role to play in Ngali Holdings and the company’s ability to fulfill its expected mandate.

Mr. Jean RUTAYISIRE MUSONI

Chairman

Mrs. Chantal HABIYAKARE

Vice Chairperson

Mrs. Mireille UMWALI

Board Member

Mr. Justin RURAZI NGOBOKA

Board Member

Mrs. Loyce K. BAMWINE

Board Member

Dr. Alphonse NKURUNZIZA

Board Member

Mr. GEN Cesar-BIG

Board Member

Dr. Ivan TWAGIRASHEMA

Chief Executive Officer

EGIDE BINENTERI

Chief Financial Officer Ngali

DIANE MUGISHA

Director of Corporate Services

GERVAS HIGIRO

Director of Business Development

STEPHEN KALENZI

Chief Internal Auditor

DOREEN KARAKE

Director of Legal Affairs, and Company Secretary

EVA NYAKATO

Senior Accountant