Maurice Madiba, CEO of Cloud Atlas Investing AMI has listed his Africa Markets on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Cloud Atlas Investing capitalised on the world’s fascination about the vast wealth in Africa, by investing in the stock markets within the continent.
The company launched the first set of Pan African Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange today, offering investors a simple way to invest in African markets.
Through its management of the Collective Investment Scheme in Securities and as the issuer of the Cloud Atlas AMI series, Cloud Atlas provides investors with a set of regulated investment products that allows them to own shares in companies listed across the African continent.
Cloud Atlas Investing is committed to enabling Africans to partake in Africa’s growth. “Our vision and name are derived from the strong view that the actions of one generation affect the lives of another. We aim to build a better Africa for future generations.”
Maurice is a 29-year-old, Student Sponsorship Programme (SSP) Class of 2005 Alumnus. He obtained his Bachelor of Accounting degree at Wits University. SSP is an 18-year-old NGO that recruits academically excellent Grade 6 scholars from low income homes, who demonstrate high levels of EQ, and a potential for leadership., SSP places these scholars in some of South Africa’s top private and public high schools.