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September 3rd, 2017
Teboho Phooko

Teboho Phooko

Teboho Phooko, Basis Points Capital Senior Associate

Teboho Phooko is a Senior Associate at Basis Points Capital responsible for the execution of corporate finance and advisory mandates.

Prior to joining Basis Points Capital, he was a Senior Member of the corporate finance Team at Vunani Capital executing various debt capital markets, mergers and acquisitions and a range of other corporate finance transactions.

In addition to gaining an understanding of the merger and acquisition process, Phooko gained experience in deal origination, drafting of transaction documents, project management of transactions, along with various analytical skills including financial modelling and equity and debt structuring.

In addition, he worked at AfrAsia Corporate Finance as an associate and played a key role in the company’s African expansion strategy, executing landmark transactions in Zimbabwe and Mauritius.

Shortly after graduating from the University of Cape Town, he joined the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), primarily responsible for financial and risk analysis on transport, energy and housing infrastructure projects in various SADC countries.

With a Masters in Development Finance, experience in both the DFI and corporate finance space, Phooko brings a range of skills including PPPs, infrastructure finance, debt capital markets and corporate finance.

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