Where To Invest Money In Namibia

Where To Invest Money In Namibia

What is Investment?

To invest is to allocate money with the expectation of a positive benefit/return in the future. In other words, to invest means owning an asset or an item with the goal of generating income from the investment or the appreciation of your investment which is an increase in the value of the asset over a period of time.

Where To Invest Money In Namibia

First Capital Namibia

Allan Gray Namibia

Eljota Investment 

Environmental Investment Fund (EIF) Namibia

Capricorn Asset Management

Baobab Capital

Sanlam Investment Namibia

Whitelight Investments cc


Futuregrowth Financial Consultants cc

Königstein Capital

Mbok Investments Company Limited

Jp Investments Cc

Evale Investment

Catalyst Investment Managers

Effort Investment Holdings


Penomuntu Investment

Gwakayele investment

Wadilona Investments

Kashekete Investments CC

Namibia Equity Brokers

Gwamumbala Investments cc

Old Mutual Investment CC

Brussel Investment

Paragon Investment Holdings

Profile Investments Holdings (PTY) LTD

Quiver Tree Investments


Future Group Multidisciplinary Business Consulting (Pty) Ltd

New Success Investments

Sovereign Investment Group

First Capital Group

MCHM Investment Holdings

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Is Namibia a good country to invest in?

Namibia has a positive growth outlook with investment potential, combined with a robust macroeconomic environment that is politically stable and regionally competitive. Although Namibia no longer boasts a unanimous investment-grade rating, the country has a positive growth outlook with investment potential.

Can a foreigner invest in Namibia?

Foreigners can acquire interests in a domestic company through purchase of its shares and assets. Foreigners seeking to invest in the Namibia Stock Exchange need to trade through an authorised Namibian brokerage firm which is a member of the exchange.

How do I buy shares in Namibia?

  1. Pick a Broker.
  2. Open a Trading Account with the Broker.
  3. Choose the Asset in which to invest.
  4. After making a decision, send a Buy order via the Broker.
  5. The transaction is completed once buying and selling prices match.
  6. The Broker issues the transaction notification and charges their fees.

Is Namibia an emerging economy?

NAMIBIA has been named the top emerging market economy in Africa and the 13th best one in the world by global business and financial news provider, Bloomberg.

How many types of foreign investment are there?

There are four different types of foreign investment. These are Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI), official flows, and commercial loans.

How do I start a business in Namibia?

Obtain the approval for a company name from the Registrar of Companies. Pay the registration fees and buy revenue stamps at the Receiver of Revenue. Hire an attorney to register the company with the Registrar of Companies; obtain the certificate to commence business. Deposit the initial capital in a bank account.

What does Bidvest Namibia do?

Bidvest Namibia is a group of companies listed on the Namibian Stock Exchange. We have a diverse portfolio of businesses ranging from automotive, freight and logistics, services,trading and distribution, which comprises well recognised brands within the Namibian market.

What is foreign investment law?

Foreign investor can, at the territory of the Republic, establish a business entity and invest in a business entity, under procedures and conditions under which local nationals can establish business entities, or invest assets in business entities, if it is not regulated otherwise in this law.

Is Namibia rich or poor?

It is the driest country in Sub-Saharan Africa, and is rich in mineral resources, including diamonds and uranium. Political stability and sound economic management have helped anchor poverty reduction and allowed Namibia to become an upper-middle income country.

What should I invest in Namibia?

Namibia provides numerous opportunities for international investors seeking a foothold and growth on the African continent.


Which forex broker is the best in Namibia?

What is the best Forex broker in Namibia? The best brokers in Namibia are AvaTrade, FXTM and XM. AvaTrade is a great all-round broker with low fees and tight spreads. FXTM is trusted by thousands of traders across Africa and has a great range of account types

How much money can I take out of Namibia?

The import and export of local currency is limited to N$50,000. The import of foreign currency is unlimited, provided sums equal to or exceeding NAD5,000 are declared on arrival. Export of foreign currency is unlimited up to the amount imported and declared.

Is Bitcoin legal in Namibia?

The Currency and Exchanges Act 9 of 1933 read in conjunction with the Exchange Control Regulations 1961 does not make provision for the establishment of cryptocurrencies exchanges or bureaus in Namibia. Thus any cryptocurrency exchanges established and operational in Namibia are illegal.

Does FNB allow forex?

FNB has been globally recognised as the Best Foreign Exchange Provider in South Africa for the fourth year running in the annual World’s Best FX Provider awards hosted by Global Finance Magazine.

Do we have PayPal in Namibia?

Technically, any payment gateway can be used in Namibia. PayPal supports South African bank accounts, but not Namibian bank accounts. If there is a way for you to open a South African bank account that makes sense for your business, then we highly recommend going that route

Which Bitcoin wallet works in Namibia?

Coinbase Support in Namibia | Coinbase. Sign up with Coinbase and manage your crypto easily and securely. Now available in Namibia and in 100+ countries around the world.

How can I invest in Cryptocurrency in Namibia?

How to buy BTC in Namibia in 3 steps

  1. Choose the exchange. Choose your pick from our list of Top crypto exchanges in Namibia.
  2. Register + KYC. Register on the exchange and go through the KYC process.
  3. Deposit fiat & buy bitcoin. Deposit your fiat currency.
  4. Bonus Step!

How much does FNB charge for Forex?

FNB charges 0.55% for international payments, with a minimum of R160 and a maximum of R675. Like overseas transfers through other local banks, these payments take a minimum of two days to reflect.