According to bak documents, the proposed equity investment is for up to €12.5 million, capped at 20% of total commitments, in Amethis MENA Fund II (the “Fund” or Amethis MENA II”), a closed-end private equity (“PE”) fund to be domiciled in Luxembourg. The Fund seeks to make equity investments of between €5-15 million per company in around 15 high growth small and medium enterprises (“SME”) in the Middle East and North Africa (“MENA”). The Fund will focus on consumer, healthcare, education, business services, manufacturing and technology sectors
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