EVENTS Building a better Africa with innovative financing solutions Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Insights and Events > Building a better Africa with innovative financing solutions SHARE Our partnerships are made possible by a dedicated team of property finance experts Absa CPF offers a wide range of commercial property finance solutions to help facilitate the development or acquisition of commercial properties, and help businesses grow Africa. Our partnerships are made possible by a dedicated team of property finance experts with extensive experience in structuring tailor-made, innovative financing solutions. We are excited to have successfully assisted Gateway Real Estate Africa (GREA) in funding the development of their 90-unit residential complex in Nairobi. Our powerful, all-female team executed this cross-border transaction spanning across 3 countries and 2 continents and was the first deal of its kind. It demonstrates CPF’s ability to provide funding for residential development on the continent, open opportunities for property development transactions on the continent, and introduces a new client to the bank - Verdant Ventures Limited. We’re proud of helping businesses unlock new opportunities in Africa. Find out more about our Commercial Property Finance solutions Contact us https://cib.absa.africa/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/file_example_MP3_700KB.mp3 Related Articles CHAMPAGNE A legacy of Roman tribes, monks and kings! Champagne is a sparkling wine synonymous with celebration, elegance and luxury. The wine’s name comes from the Champagne region in north-eastern France, where the delectable bubbles were first produced in the 17th century. The history of Champagne is a tale of innovation, luxury and resilience influenced by the events that shaped France since the 1600s. Read more CHAMPAGNE Deutz – It’s a love story! Interview with DR Kgaoelo Ntshwana and Itumeleng Mamabolo of Makhoi, the Champagner Official Importer & Distributor – Champagne Deutz. Read more CHAMPAGNE Champagne Taittinger – Fun Facts Taittinger is the 3rd oldest Champagne House, but for nearly 2 centuries it was known as Forest-Fourneaux. In 1734 Jacques Fourneaux learned from the Benedictine monks under the guidance of Brother Oudart, who worked with Dom Perignon – both early developers of sparkling wine. Read more The Champagne in Africa team support enjoying life and the responsible consumption of alcoholic beverages. We believe people should always use good common sense around drinking, be of legal drinking age and should act responsibly.