About

SHIRKAH is the sharia compliant investors network that seeks to support investors in finding the right and halal investment opportunities

The network acts as a vehicle to provide knowledge, data, generate deal opportunities, facilitates, and manages investments (where applicable)

The Problem

 Safe, halal, high yield investment  opportunities are currently not structured  for middle and high networth individuals

Key barriers

  • High investment requirement per individual
  • Poorly structured investment opportunities
  • Post-investment follow-up and management

The Solution

An investment network working as a club to access safe, halal  high yield investment instruments

  • Low principal requirement per individual
  • Shared management fees
  • Pre-analyzed investment opportunities

MANAGEMENT OF THE NETWORK

  • SSC Capital is a corporate and investment advisory firm helping companies and investors in ensuring that their investments generate best returns, are sustainable, and create more value.
  • We offer corporate advisory services, debt and corporate re-structuring, private equity and venture capital services, funds management, M&A, Research, feasibility studies, institutional set-up, business development services, financial & investment advisory, project risk, and portfolio management.
  • The firm has been operational for 10 years now, having served a diverse of clients from both public and private sector, and has managed to carry out assignments of more than USD 400m in project value, and has created than 100 business cases
  • The firm’s headquarters are in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, with a branch office in Kigali, Rwanda

ROLE OF THE MANAGER

  • Identification of investment opportunities
  • Pre-screening of investment opportunities
  • Training on investment matters
  • Supports/facilitates the investment process
  • Manages investment administrative activities
  • Facilitate investors meetings
  • Recruitment of investor members
  • Post-investment monitoring (where applicable)
  • Supports exits of portfolio companies