The Future of Work Fund

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With three years of incubating an Income Sharing Agreement (ISA) pilot in Rwanda and supported by the world’s oldest ISA algorithm (25 years), CHANCEN is launching a Sub-Saharan African fund called the Future of Work Fund (FWF).

The future of work fund is a blended finance vehicle that is set to create a paradigm shift in education across SubSaharan Africa.

Over the next 3 years, we will finance 10, 000 students,  and partner with additional 10 higher educational institutions. Initially, the focus will be on three countries: Rwanda, Kenya, and South Africa.

The Future of Work Fund will be domiciliated at the Kigali International Investment Centre and has a first target raise of 20 Million USD.

The Future of Work Fund Projection

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Investment Structure

Copy of Copy of FWF SPV

Key Terms

Underlying Assets: Income Share Agreement

Terms (in months)

  • Senior notes: up to 72 months
  • class 3 shares: lockup period for 7 years, 2 year notice
  • class 1 shares: lockup period for 15 years.
  • class 2 shares: lockup till liquidation

Geography: Sub- Saharan Africa

Governance:

  • Public limited Liability Company Registered in Rwanda
  • Initiator & Investment Manager: CHANCEN International

Fee/Compensation:

  • 2% Management Fee Y1- Y5; 150K Y6-Y16
  • 2%Service fee during investment period
  • Size/Scale: 21 000 000 $
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How you can support us

The Future of Work Fund will prove that a fair, ethical student finance solution that truly serves excluded youth can be sustainably implemented across Sub-Saharan Africa.

Join us today in the journey of building the world’s future workforce.

For more details, please feel free reach out to us.