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Gambian to address summit on investment in Africa

By Sainey Darboe:


Alagie Faye, a Gambian national based in Ireland is billed to address a conference on investment in Sub-Saharan Africa taking place in London on July 8th, 2019.

Alagie Faye has over 15 years financial services experience across Group Treasury, Accounting and Private Equity/Real Estate (PE/RE) roles

According to organisers, the summit will outline the current situation of NPLs and special situations in sub-Saharan African markets, and highlight the investment opportunities as well as strategies for navigating and overcoming risks and challenges.

Alagie Faye writes of his excitement to address the summit which is very important in discussing and demystifying issues around investment in Sub-Saharan Africa.


His words: “I am honoured to be invited to the Sub-Saharan Africa NPL and Special Situations Investment Summit, London, where I will be doing a presentation regarding Private Equity Investments and its asset classes”.


Working as a Private Equity & Real Estate Specialist in Dublin, Ireland, Alagie has over 15 years financial services experience across Group Treasury, Accounting and Private Equity/Real Estate (PE/RE) roles with well regarded organisations including Bank of New York Mellon, Hudson Advisors/Lone Star Funds, Accenture, and Dublin Airport Authority (DAA).


Most recently, Alagie was Vice President PE/RE at BNY Mellon Alternative Investment Service. He was responsible for the administrative, operational and financial affairs for a variety of Private Equity Asset Classes including Commercial Real Estate Funds, Infrastructure Debt Funds, Private Debt, Non Performing Loan Funds and open ended Lone Funds.


Prior to BNY Mellon, he was an Investment Analyst with Hudson Advisors Europe/Lone Star Funds where he managed European portfolios with AUM in excess of $16 billion, comprising of performing and non-performing loans backed by residential and commercial real estate investments.




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