Bravia signs Joint Venture Agreement with Africa World Airlines
Africa World Airlines Limited will provide aviation services for domestic and international passengers as well as cargo services. During the first phase, a regional presence will be established. Two 50-‐passenger, Embraer ERJ-‐145’s are scheduled to be delivered at launch as the initial fleet. AWA will base its hub and spoke operations in Accra, Ghana, which will allow efficient routing of planes to regional city destinations. AWA believes implementing the hub and spoke system through Accra will allow for the airline to quickly reach profitability targets. AWA plans to become a strong presence in this space.
About Bravia Capital
Bravia Capital is a Hong Kong based investment firm with a primary focus on transportation and logistics investments worldwide. Please find more information at braviacapital.com.
About China-‐Africa Development Fund
The China-‐Africa Development Fund is China’s largest Private Equity fund focusing on African Investments. Founded in 2007 with first round financing of USD $1 billion and will eventually reach USD $5 billion. The fund concentrates its investments in industries and fields, which would promote Africa’s economic development. Please find more information at http://www.cadfund.com.
About Social Security and National Insurance Trust
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) is charged with administrating Ghana’s national social security pension scheme. The SSNIT is currently the largest non-‐bank financial institution in Ghana. Please find more information at http://www.ssnit.org.gh.
About SAS Finance Group
SAS, Strategic African Securities is a Ghanaian based integrated investment bank. SAS was founded in 1994 and provides securities trading, corporate financial advisory services and investment research. Please find more information at http://www.sasghana.com.