Roberta ANNAN is the Founder and Managing Partner of Annan Capital Partners (ACP), a sector agnostic specialized Boutique Investment Company was created to increase investment attractiveness to the African continent and encourage engagement in sustainable projects impacting numerous lives in the process. The organization offers turn-key solutions that enable companies to attract, develop, and retain high-potential opportunities. At the Annan Capital Partners (ACP), Roberta ANNAN works on a portfolio of assets in the Hospitality industry called ACP Trust.
The portfolio includes respected brands such as the sustainable luxury brand and risk capital provider Frallain Group; the luxury artisanal chocolate brand Avignon Chocolates based in Ghana; the community of impact-focused changemakers at Ethos Club as well as the ride hailing company Agoo aimed at providing high-quality chauffeur services for corporate clients and tourists in Africa, to name but a few of the portfolio companies. Roberta was recently appointed as a Member of the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design Advisory Council which will be responsible for bringing unparalleled insights to curriculum development and nurturing talents.
Roberta ANNAN is a well-recognized personality in her field of expertise and a Senior Market Liaison for Fieldstone. During her prominent career, Roberta has forged strong economic synergies with partners such as LJ Partnership, a ‘Multi Family’ Office with 13 billion USD assets under its management. Together, they formed LJ African Advisors. In addition, Roberta ANNAN is also known as the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of the Impact Fund for African Creatives (IFFAC) – a €100 million impact investment fund based in Luxemburg aimed at supporting the creative and lifestyle industries across Africa.
Roberta ANNAN serves on numerous high-growth, public and nonprofit boards including Industrie Africa, Women’s Empowerment and Investment Group, Ghana France Business Club, etc. An avid philanthropist, her core mission is to build women’s development opportunities across the African continent and this passion has progressively led her to start the African Fashion Foundation (AFF) in 2014.
She took time off her busy business schedules to grace the School of Fashion and Design Department with her presence. She had the opportunity to interact with the Rector, the Marketing Head,some SFD faculty members and some students of the department. Madam Roberta was highly pleased with what she saw and heard.