Empowerment investment companies should, in a perfect world, be a popular choice for local investors. On paper, there should be a good number of well-established companies looking for black partners able to add value.

What’s more, empowerment investment firms with balance sheets that supported deal-making initiatives should not be short of opportunities to partner with businesses with reputable cash flows and defendable operating niches...

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