Vital Capital Earns Top 5 - Best For The World Fund!
WaterHealth Reaches 7 Million People in Underserved Communities Worldwide with Pure Drinking Water Systems
Vital Capital Fund @ EMPEA & FT “Private Equity in Africa” 2016
UK Friends of the University of Haifa for The International MA Program in Applied Child Development
Luanda Medical Center's "Child's Month"
The Pioneer Class of MA Program in Child Development in Haifa University
New life in Lossambo Thanks to Kora Housing
The first Social Impact Bond (SIB)
Eytan Stibbe speaks at the World Economic Forum on Africa 2015
The Global African Investment Summit - London
Renowned Angolese artist, Toy Boy, was the special guest of a multidisciplinary seminar on “Glocalism and Contemporary African Art,” at Shenkar College
Vital Has Been Selected For The IA 50 For The Second Year In A Row
Vital's Head of ESG & Impact Department participated on the panel at SOCAP
World Economic Forum's Davos Game at SOCAP
Africa Global Funds interviewed Vital Capital on how to deliver both social and financial returns
Luanda Medical Center has joined "Give Life to the Future"
WaterHealth Ghana donates to Alekuma, Nsakina
Angolan President, José Eduardo dos Santos visits Sambizanga
WaterHealth has been awarded a grant for Euro 6.75MM by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency under their Ghana GWW Program!
The Landscape for Impact Investing in East Africa is out!
Vital Capital@ EMPEA & FT “Private Equity in Africa” 2016
Luanda Medical Center, Angola's World Class Medical Clinic
The Prabon Greenfields Project
First Benchmark to Provide Financial Performance Data
Vital Capital Fund II
Students from the University of Haifa promote their work in developing countries
Luanda Medical Center
Casa da musica
Eytan Stibbe and General Wesley K. Clark at The Global PE Conference
Vital Capital follows up on an investment in Focal Energy Holdings
Presenting Kora to the president of Paraguay
Nimrod Gerber at The 2nd African Urban Infrastructure Investment Forum
Vital Capital announces successful exits from two projects in Angola
Vital Capital’s annual meeting 2015
The Prabon Greenfields project celebratory events in Ghana
WHI at the AIMA 6th Innovation Practitioners Summit 2015
Eytan Stibbe and Renana Shvartzvald at the JFN International Conference 2015
Eytan Stibbe at the first Impact Investing conference in Israel
Sapir College Partner with Vital Capital to Promote Social Welfare in Huambo, Angola
Kora Housing - Uige province (Angola)
The World Economic Forum annual meeting 2015
Announcing the new Vital-Macau Fund
Mr. Gerber Nimrod, Kora Housing CEO, introduced Kora's activity in Africa during a panel discussion at the 2nd Congress of Engineers of Portuguese Speaking countries which took place in Macau.
Social Impact Investment Turns Your Money Into Real Change
Our 2013 official GIIRS assessment is out!
The 2014 Milken Institute London Summit
Celebrating the newly established Child Development Master’s Degree Program at the University of Haifa, supported by Vital Capital.
Vital Capital at the 2014 Global Impact Forum
Vital Capital has been selected for the Impact Assets 50 2014
Sir Bob Geldof and the 8 Miles fund
Three reasons to be optimistic about impact investing
2014 Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative
Vital Capital was listed as one of "5 companies making a splash for a better world" by Forbes
U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, DC.
Water for all
SUMBE-GABELA-WAKU KUNGO TRANSMISSION LINE
The Lady Julia Community Knowledge Center
The World Economic Forum & EMPEA conferences
Eytan Stibbe's interview on Forbes
Vital Capital fund in Kumasi Ghana
"The cultural bridge" in Israel
Asantehene Cuts Sod to Kick Start Construction of Gated Community Project in Kumasi
Otumfuo Osei Tutu II speech to all
TOMOSI'S DAIRY FARMS
Eytan Stibbe, the founding partner of Vital Capital Fund, gave a keynote Lecture on “Validity of Impact Investment in Africa and Expectations for Japanese Industry.”
Panel on Developing New Start-up Nations In Frontier Markets
The Dev4Dev Cleanweb Hackathon
Inauguration of Vital Centre for Impact Investing & Business Ethics
Eytan Sitbbe at The "Buttonwood Gathering" Conference in New York
General Wes Clark at the "Private Equity In Africa 2013" Conference in London
Eytan Sitbbe at the "Private Equity In Emerging Markets 2013" Conference in London.
New MA in Child Development at University of Haifa
Vital Capital Highlighted in the World Economic Forum’s “From the Margins to the Mainstream” report
Fundação Arte e Cultura - 2013 Summary Video
Student delegation to Africa 2013
Vital Capital now a GIIRS pioneer fund
Vital Capital is awarded "Commitment to Action" certificate from CLINTON GLOBAL INITIATIVE
Comprehensive video report on the progress of the “Horizonte” Project
Inauguration of the first community knowledge centre in Kumasi
Eytan Stibbe speaks at the 5th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD V)
Vital Capital is Making an Impact in Angola
Devin Thorpe in Forbes Magazine: Does Impact Investing Work? Vital Capital Case Study Shows It Does
Malawi Government announces collaboration with Vital Capital
Eytan Stibbe speaks at the "enriching the middle east economic future" conference in Doha, Qatar
General Wesley K. Clark (Ret.) at the Global Impact Economy Forum
The Prabon Project
Lady Julia Osei Tutu Visits Israel
Vital Capital's Founding Partner Speaks at the Milken Global Conference about Impact Investing
Tony Blair mentions Vital Capital at his Milken Global Conference summary
Vital Capital on the 3rd Annual Strategic Advisory Board meeting in Angola
Participation in HTIA Conference
Vital Capital was invited to participate in the 2012 HTIA (High-Tech Industry Association) Conference, which took place in Jerusalem on Sep 10th-12th.
Dan Schönfeld, Vital's Head of Investment &Analysis, represented Vital in a panel on impact investing, which included participants from renowned organizations such as Cisco, Impact First Investments, Massar International, OrbiMed Advisors and Dualis.
US State Department 2012 Global Impact Economy Forum
General Wesley K. Clark (Retired) of Vital Capital, delivers the keynote address on impact investing at the US State Department's 2012 Global Impact Economy Forum in Washington, DC.
For a link to a video of the speech, click here.
We are proud to announce that Vital Capital's Investment Committee has approved an investment of 30 million dollars in the 8 Miles Fund (EMF), joining a distinguished set of investors including the IFC, AfDB and CDC.
VITAL CAPITAL'S Eytan Stibbe Addresses the Private Equity International (PEI) Africa Forum 2011
LONDON, UK – Vital Capital’s Chief Investment Officer and Founding Partner, Mr Eytan Stibbe, spoke to more than 200 private equity professionals assembled here for a two-day conference on investing in Africa.
This year marks the third annual gathering for PEI’s growing Africa Forum. Last year, 2010, saw more than $1.48 billion raised for private equity funds for Africa, with promise for even larger commitments in 2011, as more investors look ever more deeply at this exciting and emerging market.
Of particular interest to conference attendees this year is the identified need for more than $120 billion in infrastructure backlog in Africa. With a track record of more than 25 years of successfully undertaking complex infrastructure projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, Mr Stibbe was asked by PEI to address the Conference on his views on such market opportunities. Specifically, conference attendees were interested in what it takes to deliver projects of scale in Africa and how they are exited, how governments are partnering on such projects, and what types of projects are most of interest to private equity investors.
Responding to a question from the audience on the subject of Impact Investing as an emerging asset class in infrastructure projects, Mr Stibbe said, “Impact Investing can only be profitable if you invest in people first, not just a market alone. We have experience in agriculture and housing at scale and we have been successful because we are focused on building communities. By building communities you create stability and commerce – you deliver, in fact, an economy. This is the way to develop emerging markets and it starts with an investment in people – then profit always will follow”.
Vital Capital’s first portfolio investment, Kora Housing, is a home ownership project of 40,000 units in Angola.