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Locally based professional services for investing and doing business in Malawi

Mission Statement

At Foster Lewis, we are passionate about African business and investment. Our mission is to promote Malawi and Southern Africa as a viable and attractive destination for productive investment.

We work to enhance financial services and the business environment across the region, ensure that projects and enterprises are investment ready and guide investors from deal origination to execution.

Business Services

Due diligence

Specialists in commercial, legal and financial due diligence so you are fully informed as you appraise your investment.

Performance reporting

Independent advice on performance or an options appraisal on your forward or exit strategy.

Feasibility studies

Comprehensive feasibility studies and guidance on the investment process.

Capacity building

Quality business plans, concise information memoranda and business valuations.

Governance and compliance

Support for afriCUBE's step-by-step company formation and statutory filings - currently Malawi only.


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afriCUBE.com is a business services product and an investment pipeline where global capital connects with African enterprises. Discover how you can make your business investment ready and pitch your opportunity for free to a global network of investors. Investors can use the platform to browse opportunities in the pipeline and make inquiries on promising proposals.

Mine for Malawi is an effort to raise capital for an impact investment initiative through the donation of computer processing power. This power will be used to mine for Monero, a cryptocurrency, and then transferred to dollars or pounds. Disclaimer: we are not a non-profit and you will not receive a refund or tax credit for your donations.

Investment news

China offers $60bn to Africa: Xi Jinping pledges $60bn in financial aid to African countries and pledges to write off debt for poorer nations.

TPG's Rise Fund makes $47.5m investment in Africa: This mega-impact fund ran by TPG just bought a large stake in Cellulant, a digital payments provider based in Kenya and Nigeria.

France to invest in African start-ups: The French Development Agency “Digital Africa” program aims to make $76 million available for investment in African entrepreneurs.