Caban Investments is an Impact Venture Capital firm, operating across Sub Saharan Africa. We work with seed, early, and growth stage businesses with the intention to positively impact the environment, societies and economies we operate in.
Clients typically approach us to support them with Venture Capital, Business Funding, Business Finance and Small Business Funding.
The team at Caban Investments has extensive experience in the financial services, impact investing in South Africa, renewable energy, education, financial technology, media, manufacturing, engineering and agricultural sectors. We have significant experience in the financial services industry & and business funding South Africa, primarily in the assistance of high-growth firms. It is our express belief that organisations can generate profits whilst having a positive impact on the environment and at the same time, uplifting people.
We aim to generate sustainable financial returns and social capital for our partners and ourselves through exposure to high growth opportunities.
“We are entrepreneurs helping other entrepreneurs.”
Dave Romero – CEO, Caban Investments Ltd
Corporate Finance Advisory
OUR COMMUNITY IMPACT
Key to the Caban ethos, is our belief in supporting people and communities. This lies at the heart of who we are as a business. Meet some of the communities we support.
MEET OUR TEAM
Each of our directors ascribes to the Triple Bottom Line principle: making a difference to the businesses we advise through not only the profit, but also the people and the planet.
Dr Ruben Richards
Group Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Finance Officer
Mark Van Hoff
Lizelle Van der Klashorst
NEWS & INSIGHTS
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