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Urbanis corporate presentation  may 2012
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Urbanis corporate presentation  may 2012
Urbanis corporate presentation  may 2012
Urbanis corporate presentation  may 2012
Urbanis corporate presentation  may 2012
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Urbanis Africa is a company aiming to address the affordable housing gap in Africa

Urbanis Africa is a company aiming to address the affordable housing gap in Africa

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  • 1. “
A
Vision
for
inclusive
housing
in
Africa”

  • 2. Agenda
 1.  ow
income
housing
Gap
 L 2.  ision
/
Mission
 V 3.  rbanis
solution
 U 4.  usiness
Model
 B 5.  ervice
Offering
 S 6.  anagement
Team
 M 7.  perating
Model
 O 8.  ortfolio
/
Track
Record
 P
  • 3. Africa’s
explosive
demographic

growth
 Africa’s
workforce
will
become
the
world’s
largest
by
2040
 Size
of
the

working‐age
populaGon
  The
 African
 population
 is
 growing
 Million
 1,200
 at
a
rate
of

2.4%
a
year.
 Africa
 1,000
 India
  
It
is
estimated
that
by
2030,
50%
of
 Africans
will
live
in
cities;
 800
 China
  The
 African
 workforce
 will
 reach
 600
 Southeast
Asia
 1.1
 billion
 people
 by
 2040
 ‐
 the
 La:n
America
 largest
in
the
world
(
McKinsey);
 400
 Europe
 200
  And
by
2050,
Africa
will
be
home
to
 North
America
 1.9
Billion
people.
 0
 Japan
 1950
 1960
 1970
 1980
 1990
 2000
 2010
 2020
 2030
 2040

  • 4. Africa’s
is
facing
an
urban
challenge
  By
2040
Africa
is
expected
to
be
the
 2nd
 most
 urbanized
 continent
 after
 China.
  At
 current
 urbanization
 rates,
 an
 additional
 14
 million
 housing
 units
 per
 annum
 are
 needed
 in
 order
 to
 accommodate
 the
 increasing
 urban
 demand.
  62%
 of
 the
 populations
 living
 in
 A f r i c a’ s
 c i t i e s
 (
 3 2
 m i l l i o n
 households)
 live
 in
 informal
 housing
 where
 basic
 services
 are
 poor
or
non‐existent.


  • 5. Africa
faces
a
large
gap
in
low
income
housing
 Region
 Demand
 Supply
 Sub‐
Saharan

  32
million
households
in
Sub‐Saharan
Africa
are
  308
million
people;
191
million
of
whom
live
in
 Africa
 considered
inadequate.

 inadequate
housing.

  Under
current
urbanisa:on
rates
,
an
addi:onal
14
million
 housing
units
per
annum
are
required
 Kenya
  60%
of
households
are
considered
‘inadequate’
housing
  Less
than
30,000

units
supplied
per
year
 and
are
located
in
slums.
  The
annual
deficit
is
thus
more
than
120,000
  150,000
units
are
required
per
year
 housing
units
per
year

 Ghana
  Ghana’s
annual
demand
for
housing
currently
stands
at
  Current
housing
supply
provides
42,000
units
 120,000
housing
units
per
annum
 per
annum
which
is
only
35%
of
the
demand

 Nigeria
  33.6
million
Nigerians
living
in
urban
areas
(46%
of
the
  The
annual
deficit
is
16
million
units
 urban
popula:on)
are
considered
to
be
living
in
  720,000
units

need
to
be
created
annually
to
 inadequate
housing
 meet
the
demand

  Current
supply
is
however
mee:ng
only
3%
of
 this
demand
 Tanzania
  80%
of
the
en:re
popula:on
is
living
in
unplanned,
  The
housing
deficit
in
urban
areas
is
es:mated
 informal
housing.
 at
1.2
million
units.

  • 6. Vision for African housingThe
response
to
the
African
urban
explosion
 The
vision
of
Urbanis
Africa
is
to
enable
the
must
 not
 be,
 more
 unplanned
 and
 poorly
 ordinary
 Africans,
 most
 of
 whom
 are
 active
serviced
developments.
 in
 the
 informal
 sector,
 to
 acquire
 a
 house
Africa
 should
 learn
 from
 the
 mistakes
 of
 within
 their
 Tinancial
 means
 and
 raise
 their
many
 European
 and
 American
 cites
 that
 f a m i l i e s
 i n
 a
 s a f e ,
 c l e a n ,
 h e a l t h y
allowed
the
development
of
social
enclaves,
 environment
 with
 access
 to
 world
 class
which
 became
 the
 source
 of
 insecurity,
 education
and
economic
opportunities.
In
so
social
 tension
 and
 frustration
 for
 the
 low
 doing,
 Urbanis
 achieves
 social
 impact,
income
population.
 environmental
and
Tinancial
returns.
The
 demand
 for
 housing
 should
 be
 met
through
 the
 development
 of
 suburban
 Urbanis
aims
to
implement
its
model
across
mixed
 income
 communities
 that
 offer
 a
 the
 African
 continent,
 and
 will
 encourage
healthy
 social
 environment,
 and
 economic
 many
developers
to
emulate
its
model.




opportunities.

  • 7. Mission and Objectives   Provide
 a
 ‘one‐stop
 shop’
 approach
 to 
The
 mission
 of
 Urbanis
 Africa
 is
 to
 enable
 delivering
 housing
 solutions,
 by
 building 
the
 majority
 of
 Africans
 living
 in
 cities
 to
 partnerships
 with
 all
 the
 players
 in
 the
have
 an
 opportunity
 to
 own
 a
 house,
 work
 value
 chain,
 including
 the
 commercial 
and
 raise
 a
 family,
 in
 a
 clean
 and
 family‐ banks.

friendly
environment.
   Design
 inclusive
 solutions
 to
 unlock 
 mortgage
 Tinancing
 for
 informal
 sector 
The
Company’s
objectives
are
as
follows:
 borrowers
and;
   Deliver
 affordable
 housing
 within
 a 
  e v e l o p
 p l a n n e d
 m i x e d
 i n c o m e


 D proTitable
business
model.
communities
 across
 the
 continent
 that
implement
 state
 of
 the
 art,
 low
 carbon
footprint
technology

  • 8. Urbanis
Solution
   Rapid
 construction:
 Accelerate
 the
Urbanis
 Africa
 contributes
 to
 resolving
 speed
 of
 construction
 through
 the
the
 problem
 of
 affordable
 housing
 in
 use
of
pre‐cast
concrete.
Africa
using
the
following
tools;
   Low
 cost
 of
 ownership:
 Reduce
 recurring
 cost
 to
 owner
 by
 using
  r o s s
 s u b s i d i z a t i o n :
 A c h i e v e
 C green
 technology
 (
 Waste
 recycling,
affordability
 through
 mixed
 income
 Solar
energy,
rain
water
storage
etc..)

housing
 communities,
 and
 apply
 cross
   Building
at
the
periphery:
Urbanis
subsidization
 between
 middle
 and
 low
 achieves
 affordability
 by
 building
income
housing
units.

 integrated
 housing
 communities
  ollaboration:
 Create
 a
 network
 of
 C with
 Residential,
 Economic
 and
partners
 around
 each
 project
 including
 Social
 amenities
 at
 the
 periphery
 of
designers,
contractors,
bankers,
Tinanciers
 large
urban
centers.


etc

  • 9. Achieving
Socio
Economic
Value
 Urbanis
Africa
aims
to
maximize
socio
economic
value
….
 Financial
Return
 Risk
Management
 Socio
Economic
Value
  

Create
local
Employment
 
  


Average
project
IRR
of
25%
 
   rovide
low
income
housing
 P • Economic
Benefit
for




 
   inimum
Project
profit








 M   reate
Economic
 C Investors.
 margin
of
20%.
 opportuni:es
 • Economic
Benefits
for
 
   verage
payback
period,
4
 A   rovide
becer
educa:on
 P home
buyers
 years.
 (
affordability)
 • Economic
Benefits
for
 
 Environmental
Returns
 the
community
 Social
Return
 • Social
Benefit
for
the
 
  

Create
local
Employment
 
  

Solar
Powered
public
areas
 
   rovide
low
income
housing
 P   ecycled
waste
water
 R residents
   reate
Economic
 C   ain
water
capture

 R • Social
Benefits
for
the
 
 opportuni:es
   ecycled
Solid
Waste
 R community
   rovide
becer
educa:on
 P   0%
of
property
reserved
for
 4 green
spaces.
 Socio
Economic
Value
Proposi:on

  • 10. Business Model   Urbanis’
Africa
is

a
real
estate
developer
 Architectural
 specialized
 in
 bottom‐of‐the‐pyramid
 Design
 residential
and
commercial
projects.
 Construc:on
 Financial
 Technology
 Structuring
   Urbanis
 sets
 up
 a
 Special
 Purpose
 Vehicle
(SPV)
for
each
project
it
initiates
 and
 brings
 to
 each
 project
 a
 different
 group
 of
 investors
 and
 lenders
 who
 are
 Urbanis
 exposed
exclusively
to
a
single
project.
 Opera:onal
 Africa
 Project
 Management
 Management
   As
 a
 developer,
 Urbanis
 takes
 an
 equity
 participation
 in
 its
 projects.
 It
 is
 remunerated
 through
 developers
 fees
 Equity
 Supply
Chain
 and
sweat
equity.

 Investment
 Management

  • 11. Business
Model
(
cont)_
 The
company
builds
alliances
and
partnerships
across
the
value
chain,
hence
creating
a
 microcosm
that
addresses
the
housing
problem
holistically.
 Quasi
–
Equity
 Financiers
 Equity
Investor
 Investors
 (Debt)
 URBANIS
 Mortgage
Banks
 SPV
(Country
 Government
 MFI’s
 Speci]ic)
 Local
Investor
 Contractor
 Home
Buyer

  • 12. Service Offering PROJECT
   Urbanis’
Africa
Provides
services
that
 ORIGINATION
 span
across
the
entire
development
 PROPERTY
 FEASIBILITY
 value
chain.
 MANAGEMENT
 STUDY
   The
company
manages
projects
from
 inception
to
post
completion
 management.
 PROJECT
 MANAGEMENT
 MASTER
 PLANNING
   Urbanis
Africa
provides
the
 management
services
through
 subsidiaries
that
it
establishes
in
 PROJECT
 ARCHITECTURA L
&
TECHNICAL
 countries
where
the
projects
are
located.
 FUNDING
 DESIGN
 FINANCIAL
 STRTUCTURING

  • 13. Integrated
Service
Offering
 Urbanis
provides
and
integrated
suite
of
services
that
enables
the
company
to
manage
bottom‐of‐ the‐pyramid
residential
and
commercial
project
from
inception
to
post
delivery
across
Africa.
 Urbanis
Africa
 Development
 Financial
Advisory
 Construc:on
 Property
Management
 Management
   Project
Conceptual
   Project
Financial
   Rapid
construc:on
   Estate
Management
 Design
 feasibility
 based
on
precast
   Commercial
Assets
   Architectural
and
   Financial
Modeling
 concrete
and
form
 Management
 technical
design


 work.
   Financial
restructuring
   U:lity
and
Waster
   
Project
development
   
Sourcing
of
Equity
and
 Management

   
Project
Execu:on
and
 Debt
funding
   
Community
Projects
 Management
   
Financial
Management
 of
projects

  • 14. Competent
Management
Team
 Wagane
Diouf
,Chief
Executive
Of]icer:
 • Founder
and
CEO
of
Urbanis
Africa
 • 12
Years
experience
in
Impact
Investing
and
Private
Equity

 • Bachelor
in
Computer
Science
from
ESGI
(Paris)
 • Bachelor
in
Finance
from
ESG
(Paris)

 • Executive
MBA
from
the
Georgia
Institute
of
Technology
 Jakoyo
Patrick
Airo
,
Chief
Operating
Of]icer:
 Francis
Otieno,
Head
of
Property
Management
 • Chief
Operating
OfTicer
of
Urbanis
Africa
 • Property
Manager
 • 30
 Years
 experience
 in
 project
 Tinance,
 large
 scale
 • 20
 years
 experience
 in
 all
 aspects
 of
 property
 project
management,
real
estate
and
manufacturing.
 management
and
valuation.
 • MBA
 from
 University
 of
 Nairobi,Bachelor
 of
 from
 • B.A.
 Land
 Economics
 (Hons)
 degree
 from
 University
 of
 Newcastle
University,
UK
 Nairobi
 Jacob
Orioki
,
Chief
Accountant
 Catherine
Warega,
Head
of
Sales
and
Marketing
 • Responsible
for
group
accounting
and
Finance
 • Responsible
for
group
sales
and
marketing
 • 27
 years
 practical
 experience
 in
 senior
 level
 • 
10
years
experience
in
residential
and
commercial
real
 Management
in
Accounting
and
Financial
Administration
 estate
in
Kenya.
 • CertiTied
Public
Accountant
of
Kenya
(CPAK)
and
holds
a
 •  
 Post
 Graduate
 degree
 in
 Real
 Estate
 Agency
 and
 B.Comm
 degree
 in
 Accounting
 from
 the
 University
 of
 Property
Management,
University
of
Nairobi



 Nairobi.
 Jeremy
Childress
,
Financial
Analyst
 Francisca
Wanbua,
Corporate
Lawyer
 • Tinancial
analysis
&
structuring
 • Group
Corporate
Legal
OfTicer
 •  
 progressive
 experience
 in
 
 Tinancial
 analysis
 &
 • Advocate
of
the
High
Court
 structuring
 • Extensive
 litigation
 and
 Corporate
 law
 practice
 in
 the
 • University
 of
 Southern
 California
 with
 degrees
 in
 Tield
of
conveyancy
 Economics
and
Corporate
Finance

  • 15. Governance/Ownership
Structure
 Execu:ve
 Urbanis

Sweden
 Management

 (Stockholm)

 Equity
 Equity
 Urbanis

Africa
 (Nairobi)

 Equity
+
 Management
contract
 Equity
 Equity
 Management
Contract
 Kenani
Housing
Co.
 Jamii
Bora
Makao
 Urbanis
Building
 Urbanis
Clean
Energy
 (SPV)
 (SPV)

 Technology
 Solu:ons

  • 16. Portfolio
­
Jamii
Bora
Makao
Operating
Company:
Jamii
Bora
Makao.
Location:
 Kaputiei
 within
 Kisaju
 Town
 off
Namanga
Road,
60
Kms
from
Nairobi
CBD.
Description:
 Mixed
 income
 community
targeting
 2000
 residential
 units
 and
 2000
and
1164
commercial
units.
Price
 range:
 KShs.
 1.2
 million
 ($14,000)
 to
KShs.
5
million
($58,000)


Additional
 Amenities:
 
 Police,
 Clinic,
Primary
and
secondary
schools,

Total
project
Cost:
KShs.
5
Billion

Stage:
 To
 date
 780
 houses
 have
 been
 built
and
sold.


  • 17. Portfolio
–
Kenani
Housing
Company

Operating
 Company:
 Kenani
 Housing
Company
Ltd.

Location:
 Lukenya,
 near
 Athi
 River,
 located
 37
kilometers
south
east
of
Nairobi
CBD,
on
a
230
acres
plot
of
land.
Description:
 Mixed
 income
 community
targeting
 2,400
 residential
 units
 (
 apartments
and
Maisonettes)
and
1,000
commercial
units
in
Phase
I.
Price
 range:
 KShs.
 1.4
 million
 ($16,000)
 to
KShs.
7.0
million
($82,000)


Additional
 Amenities:
 
 Police,
 Clinic,
 Primary
and
secondary
schools,

Total
project
Cost:
KShs.
l
6
Billion

Stage:
Financial
closing
projected
in
April
2011.
Ground
breaking
June
2011.


  • 18. Urbanis
Africa
Limited.
5th
Floor,
Contrust
House
Moi
Avenue
P.O.
Box
57618‐00200
NAIROBI
Tel:


Email:
info@urbanisafrica.com

www.urbanisafrica.com



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