Invest with Nile

Direct or through your brokerage firm.

Nile Capital Management is taking efforts to make sure our funds are widely accessible to investors through leading brokerage firms. If you would like to invest in any of our funds through a firm not on this list, please let your wishes be known through your broker or other contacts with the firm. Also, send us a message at NileFundTA@geminifund.com, so that we can execute a selling agreement with your brokerage firm.
  • Class A

    • Nile Africa, Frontier & Emerging (NAFAX)

    • NAV

      $11.33
    • NAV Daily Change

      0.13
    • % YTD Return

      -1.31%

    Class C

    • Nile Africa, Frontier & Emerging (NAFCX)

    • NAV

      $10.92
    • NAV Daily Change

      0.13
    • % YTD Return

      -1.62%

    Institutional Class

    • Nile Africa, Frontier & Emerging (NAFIX)

    • NAV

      $11.45
    • NAV Daily Change

      0.14
    • % YTD Return

      -1.21%


  • Open an Account

    Invest directly with Nile Funds by opening an account today.

    Here's what you will need:

    • About 10 minutes to complete the application
    • Social Security Number(s) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number(s)
    • Birth date(s)
    • Banking information(if you qualify and wish to use electronic funding)
    • Beneficiary Social Security Number(for IRAs only)
  • Separate Accounts

    Nile Capital Management offers its investment strategies to institutional investors in separate accounts that can be tailored to client specific guidelines and specifications. Separate account assets can be held at a custodian of the client's choosing. The strategies include:

    Nile Pan Africa strategy

    This strategy invests in attractive opportunities anywhere on the African continent. Its investment objective is to seek long-term capital appreciation by investing in high-quality public companies that derive a majority of revenues from Africa. The strategy diversifies broadly among the most attractive regions and countries in Africa,identified through a top-down macroeconomic analysis and bottom-up fundamental analysis.

    Nile Africa Frontier strategy

    This strategy invests in attractive opportunities anywhere on the African continent excluding South Africa. Its investment objective is to seek long term capital appreciation by investing in public companies that derive a majority of revenues from Africa(excluding South Africa). The strategy diversifies among outstanding-high-growth companies identified through a top-down macroeconomic analysis and bottom-up fundamental analysis.