We partner with their leaders to achieve leaps of growth, profitability and impact. Today, LeapFrog companies reach 157.4 million people across more than 33 emerging markets. 131.4 million are low-income consumers often accessing insurance, savings, pensions, credit and healthcare for the first time.
We call this distinctive approach “profit with purpose” because it generates strong results and changes many lives. Leading global investors share this vision and have invested and committed over a billion dollars to LeapFrog.
Private Equity International (PEI) announced LeapFrog as the winner of the Operational Excellence Asia-Pacific Editor’s Choice award for Best Value Creation in the global private equity industry.
In addition, Andrew Kuper, CEO and Founder of LeapFrog, accepted the Impact Asset Manager of the Year award on behalf of the Firm from Sir Ronald Cohen at the Global Steering Group (GSG) Impact Summit in Delhi.
The GSG is the successor to the G8’s Social Impact Investment Taskforce and aims to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing our societies in the 21st century through impact investing.
These awards recognise a combination of outsized financial returns and tremendous social impact.
Goodlife Pharmacy is helping to reduce pharma sector fragmentation by providing high-quality, affordable medicines across East Africa, IFC’s latest client case study shows
Karima Ola, Partner at LeapFrog, shares her insights with the Financial Times on opening up mobile money in Nigeria and its potential to increase access to finance for more than 60 million Nigerians who are currently unbanked
Andrew Kuper sits down with David Pilling from the Financial Times to discuss LeapFrog’s investment strategy and the value in partnering with trailblazing businesses with AllLife, BIMA, and Goodlife prime examples
One of the most prestigious business awards in Scotland, Stewart Langdon has been recognised for his first-class dealmaking track record insider.co.uk reports