Hartland-Peel

Africa Equity Research

Sub-Sahara Africa stock markets have offered outstanding rewards for investors as governments implement market reforms, relax foreign investment restrictions and promote the private sector.

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Expertise and Professional Assignments

  • Corporate and project finance
  • Bank and enterprise rehabilitation
  • Stock market and money markets

  • Private sector development
  • Macroeconomic policy issues
  • Loan and equity syndication
  • International taxation
  • Credit and risk evaluation
  • Privatisation strategy and implementation
  • Project feasibility and evaluation
  • SMSE and indigenous sector development
  • Regulatory, legal and competition issues
  • Monetary and fiscal policy
  • Currency risk management
  • Asset and liability management
  • Management consultancy

About Hartland-Peel

  • Sub-Sahara Africa ex SA: Equity, debt and FX research covering sixteen countries and advising institutional investors. Proprietary data base of sixteen African stock markets, 250+ companies which is one of the most extensive and complete.
  • New issues, IPO’s and distribution of equity on privatisation. Development of lending and corporate finance opportunities for the bank, privatisation and asset management.
  • A rated equity analyst by South African institutional investors as polled by the Financial Mail in 1998 and 1999.

Stock Markets

Sub-Saharan nations have restructured their economies and are well-positioned to profit from the next stage of globalisation.

Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Sahara Africa stock markets have offered outstanding rewards for investors as governments implement market reforms, relax foreign investment restrictions and promote the private sector.

Sub-Saharan nations have restructured their economies and are well-positioned to profit from the next stage of globalisation.

Sub-Sahara Africa stock markets ex-South Africa:

  • Botswana
  • BRVM (Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Guinea Bissau, Togo, Benin)
  • Cameroon

  • Ghana
  • Kenya
  • Malawi
  • Mauritius

  • Mozambique
  • Namibia

  • Nigeria
  • Rwanda
  • Seychelles
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe

Stock Markets Data Available

DATA AVAILABLE CONTENT FREQUENCY
Regional stock market indices:

  • South Africa
  • Sub-Sahara Africa ex SA
  • Market capitalisation weighted US$ indices and sub-indices from 1990.
  • Sub-indices covering (i) East Africa & Mauritius, (ii) West Africa & (iii) Central Southern Africa.
  • Monthly
  • Monthly
Market performance year to date and for the most recent month for all countries listed above
  • Market summary and performance of Africa’s stock markets. Market capitalisation, P/E’s, dividend yields and price/book ratios, EPS and dividend per share.
  • Country policy evaluation as to future impact on stock market performance.
  • Monthly
  • Monthly
Stock market summaries for the principal companies for all countries listed above (90% of market capitalisation covered)
  • Share prices; Market capitalisation; Price/earnings ratios; Dividend yield and cover; Price/book ratios; Last 12 months earnings per share and dividend per share.
  • Market performance; Sectoral profitability.
  • Monthly
  • Monthly
Stock market and country macro-economic view from 1990 for all countries listed above
  • US$ stock market returns; Stock market momentum indicators; Inflation and interest rates; Inflation adjusted exchange rates; Principal exports and imports.
  • Monthly

Companies

Company Data Available

DATA AVAILABLE CONTENT FREQUENCY
Top 30 companies
  • Ranked by Sector; Country; Market capitalisation.
  • Data and information on: Share prices; Market capitalisation; Price/earnings ratios; Dividend yield and cover; Price/book ratios; Last 12 months earnings per share and dividend per share.
  • US$ share monthly price graphs from 1990.
  • Monthly
  • Monthly
  • Monthly
Top 30 company reviews
  • What the company does; How it makes its money; Divisional analysis; SWOT analysis; Market position and principal competitors; Management; Shareholders; Market position; US$ attributable income.
  • Available on request
Top 30 company financial data
  • Income statements; Balance sheet; Cash flow; Earnings per share, Dividends and dividend cover and yield; Margins (EBITDA, operating, pre-tax and attributable); Liquidity and working capital; Long-term debt and interest coverage; Divisional/segment data; Capacity and production.
  • Available on request

Sectors

Banking & Finance

  • Commercial Banks
  • Insurance
  • Real Estate

Manufacturing

  • Brewing & soft drinks
  • Cement
  • Food & consumer goods
  • Tobacco

Mining

  • Gold

  • Nickel

  • Coal

Oil and Gas

Plantations

  • Tea & coffee

  • Sugar

  • Palm oil/Rubber

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