Following our inception and an extraordinary early phase of growth, we are now embracing a unique opportunity to embark on the next phase of our business evolution. We are combining forces with SLR, a world-class and highly respected sustainability consulting firm that shares our values and operating principles.
We’re thrilled to welcome Tatyana Vassilevskaya , Pierre Gouws, Tori Braham, and Deenah Kawira who recently joined IBIS and bring a diverse range of social experience, and are based out of France, South Africa and Kenya to effectively serve our clients across the key emerging markets in which we operate.
IBIS assisted Criterion Africa Partners (CAP) to assess the gender programmes of the Africa Sustainable Forestry Fund and to identify key lessons and recommendations to support gender transformation and the integration of gender investment considerations within the fund. This article, featured in Forestry SA Magazine, details the methodology used, and well as the key outcomes and actions identified through the gender assessment we undertook.
In a new article for Proparco’s Magazine, IBIS Director for Europe, East and North Africa, Teddy Deroy, explores how - by way of a pedagogical approach - technical assistance can contribute positively to E&S performance and support investors in managing risks - in particular for climate, biodiversity and gender issues.
IBIS is expanding its North Africa footprint with the opening of an office in Cairo, Egypt. This is the company’s fifth branch in Africa in a bid to strengthen its foothold in two key financial hubs in North Africa – namely Cairo in Egypt and Casablanca in Morocco. With a more active presence in the region and the expertise of seasoned professionals fluent in English, French and Arabic, IBIS is now well placed to support their clients and portfolio investments on the ground.
IBIS, a premier emerging market sustainability consultancy, is expanding its footprint with a new office opening in Singapore - which will become the company’s Asia Pacific headquarters. As one of the leading sustainability advisory firms in Africa with more than 35 full-time consultants, IBIS has a strong presence in key financial hubs in Sub-Saharan African – namely Johannesburg and Nairobi – and maintains offices in Cape Town and Durban.