Welcome to Greenfield Advisors Limited

Greenfield Advisors Limited (GAL) seeks to be the funding conduit of choice between the globe's key financial capitals and the high-growth economic region of West Africa

The firm is currently focused on exploiting niches within the realms of Financial Advisory, Venture Capital and Private Equity and has commenced the implementation of an incremental portfolio growth strategy starting with investments in Real Estate, Renewable Energy and Food Distribution.

The synergy of investment capital and financial acumen holds inherent and indeed immense transformational power, and Greenfield is uniquely equipped to lucratively participate in Africa's growth story.

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Wall Street rebounds from Brexit with second day of big gains (Reuters) - Wall Street recorded big gains for a second day on Wednesday as investors continued to scour for bargains and digest the fallout from Britain's stunning vote to leave the European Union.
Wall Street rebounds from Brexit with second day of big gainsWall Street rebounds from Brexit with second day of big gainsWall Street rebounds from Brexit with second day of big gains
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EU tells UK single market access requires full free movement LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders met for the first time without Britain on Wednesday less than a week after it voted to leave, delivering a tough message that London can access the bloc's lucrative single market only if it agrees to allow free movement for EU workers.
EU tells UK single market access requires full free movementEU tells UK single market access requires full free movementEU tells UK single market access requires full free movement
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GE's finance unit sheds its 'too big to fail' designation (Reuters) - General Electric Co.'s slimmed down financing arm shed its "too big to fail" designation on Wednesday, no longer deemed by the U.S. government "systemically important" and so liable to wreck the economy in the event it runs into distress.
GE's finance unit sheds its 'too big to fail' designationGE's finance unit sheds its 'too big to fail' designationGE's finance unit sheds its 'too big to fail' designation
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Crystal Pepsi: the 'clear' 90s hit makes a return (Reuters) - PepsiCo is going retro. The company is officially bringing back Crystal Pepsi, a clear cola drink that was hugely popular for a brief period during the early 1990s.
Crystal Pepsi: the 'clear' 90s hit makes a returnCrystal Pepsi: the 'clear' 90s hit makes a returnCrystal Pepsi: the 'clear' 90s hit makes a return
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U.S. judge dismisses SIFMA case over market data fees NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge dismissed a long-simmering legal battle over the cost of market data that is used by brokerages and high-speed trading firms, in a victory for the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq.
U.S. judge dismisses SIFMA case over market data feesU.S. judge dismisses SIFMA case over market data feesU.S. judge dismisses SIFMA case over market data fees
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EU commissioner urges Volkswagen to compensate drivers for diesel scandal BRUSSELS/BERLIN (Reuters) - Europe's Industry Commissioner Elzbieta Bienkowska has called on Volkswagen to also compensate European drivers after the company agreed to pay out up to $15.3 billion in the United States to settle claims over the diesel emissions scandal.
EU commissioner urges Volkswagen to compensate drivers for diesel scandalEU commissioner urges Volkswagen to compensate drivers for diesel scandalEU commissioner urges Volkswagen to compensate drivers for diesel scandal
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Monsanto in talks with Bayer, others about 'strategic options' CHICAGO (Reuters) - Monsanto Co is in talks with Bayer AG and other companies regarding "alternative strategic options," a month after it rejected the German company's $62-billion takeover offer, the U.S. seed producer said on Wednesday.
Monsanto in talks with Bayer, others about 'strategic options'Monsanto in talks with Bayer, others about 'strategic options'Monsanto in talks with Bayer, others about 'strategic options'
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With Amazon in mind, Wal-Mart to offer free shipping for 30 days (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc on Wednesday launched a free 30-day trial of ShippingPass, its two-day shipping program for shoppers in the United States, as the world's largest retailer looks to take on Amazon.com Inc's Prime subscription service.
With Amazon in mind, Wal-Mart to offer free shipping for 30 daysWith Amazon in mind, Wal-Mart to offer free shipping for 30 daysWith Amazon in mind, Wal-Mart to offer free shipping for 30 days
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Wall Street bounces back after two-day Brexit rout (Reuters) - Wall Street bounced back on Tuesday, recouping some recent losses, as investors sought cheap assets after a two-day equities rout sparked by Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
Wall Street bounces back after two-day Brexit routWall Street bounces back after two-day Brexit routWall Street bounces back after two-day Brexit rout
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U.S. first-quarter GDP revised up, Brexit risk to outlook WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. economic growth slowed in the first quarter but not as sharply as previously estimated, and while there are signs of a pickup in the second quarter, analysts worry Britain's vote to leave the European Union could hurt activity later this year.
U.S. first-quarter GDP revised up, Brexit risk to outlookU.S. first-quarter GDP revised up, Brexit risk to outlookU.S. first-quarter GDP revised up, Brexit risk to outlook
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Important to look at individuals in VW scandal: Lynch PHOENIX (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said on Tuesday that it was important for the Justice Department to look at individuals in the ongoing criminal investigation into the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
Important to look at individuals in VW scandal: LynchImportant to look at individuals in VW scandal: LynchImportant to look at individuals in VW scandal: Lynch
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IKEA recalls 36 million chests, dressers after six deaths WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Swedish furniture retailer IKEA Group is recalling almost 36 million chests and dressers in the United States and Canada that have been linked to the deaths of six children, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Tuesday.
IKEA recalls 36 million chests, dressers after six deathsIKEA recalls 36 million chests, dressers after six deathsIKEA recalls 36 million chests, dressers after six deaths
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Congressional watchdog expands probe of lax Wall Street oversight NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. congressional watchdog said on Tuesday it has formally added three agencies to its investigation into whether government regulators are too soft on the banks they are meant to police.
Congressional watchdog expands probe of lax Wall Street oversightCongressional watchdog expands probe of lax Wall Street oversightCongressional watchdog expands probe of lax Wall Street oversight
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Nike sales, future orders rise less than expected; shares drop (Reuters) - Nike Inc's quarterly revenue rose less than expected and its forecast for orders growth also missed analysts' estimates, showing that the U.S. sports giant was struggling to fend off competition from Germany's Adidas and others.
Nike sales, future orders rise less than expected; shares dropNike sales, future orders rise less than expected; shares dropNike sales, future orders rise less than expected; shares drop
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LendingClub says ex-CEO took loans to boost volumes NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - LendingClub Corp said on Tuesday that its founder and former chief executive, Renaud Laplanche, borrowed from the online lender to inflate the company's volumes, the latest revelation from an internal probe of the firm's business practices.
LendingClub says ex-CEO took loans to boost volumesLendingClub says ex-CEO took loans to boost volumesLendingClub says ex-CEO took loans to boost volumes
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Airbnb seeks funds valuing it at $30 billion: source (Reuters) - Apartment-sharing startup Airbnb is in talks for a new round of funding that would value the company at $30 billion, a source close to the company said on Tuesday.
Airbnb seeks funds valuing it at $30 billion: sourceAirbnb seeks funds valuing it at $30 billion: sourceAirbnb seeks funds valuing it at $30 billion: source
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Taiwanese chip supplier says Apple conservative on orders: Nikkei (Reuters) - Taiwanese chip firm Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc said on Tuesday that its biggest customer, Apple Inc, was being more conservative in placing orders compared with last year, according to the Nikkei.
Taiwanese chip supplier says Apple conservative on orders: NikkeiTaiwanese chip supplier says Apple conservative on orders: NikkeiTaiwanese chip supplier says Apple conservative on orders: Nikkei
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Katzenberg sued over 'side deal' to Comcast-DreamWorks merger WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - Jeffrey Katzenberg, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc's chief executive, has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit over what a minority shareholder called an "extraordinarily valuable" side deal he struck as part of the $3.8 billion sale of the studio to Comcast Corp .
Katzenberg sued over 'side deal' to Comcast-DreamWorks mergerKatzenberg sued over 'side deal' to Comcast-DreamWorks mergerKatzenberg sued over 'side deal' to Comcast-DreamWorks merger
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Wall Street sings Brexit blues with brutal two-day slide (Reuters) - Wall Street tumbled again on Monday after Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union, sending major U.S. stock indexes to their worst two-day swoon in about 10 months.
Wall Street sings Brexit blues with brutal two-day slideWall Street sings Brexit blues with brutal two-day slideWall Street sings Brexit blues with brutal two-day slide
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Ratings agencies rip into UK's credit score after Brexit vote LONDON (Reuters) - Britain suffered further blows to its economic standing on Monday as two top ratings agencies downgraded its sovereign credit score, judging last week's vote to leave the European Union would hurt its economy.
Ratings agencies rip into UK's credit score after Brexit voteRatings agencies rip into UK's credit score after Brexit voteRatings agencies rip into UK's credit score after Brexit vote
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