The Central American Mezzanine Infrastructure Fund II LP (“CAMIF II” or the “Fund”) is a follow-on fund to the existing CAMIF fund (“Fund I”), in which IFC is currently an investor. Like Fund I, CAMIF II is a 12 year mezzanine Fund that will invest in operating and new (brownfield and greenfield) medium-sized companies/projects in infrastructure and related sectors in Central America, the Caribbean, Mexico and Colombia. The Fund will make subordinated long-term US dollar loans, with current coupon and equity participation features as well as straight equity investments. The Fund will be managed by a subsidiary of LAP Latin American Partners LLC (“LAP”). A first closing of US$80-150M is expected in November 2013 and a second closing reaching the target amount of $250M is expected up to one year later.
Loan - USD12.50
Equity - 17.50
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