According to EBRD website, the project will seek to generate long-term capital gains from equity and quasi-equity investments in small and medium-sized enterprises and mid-cap companies predominantly in Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt. It will contribute to the expansion of private equity as an asset class in Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt and provide growth capital to local small and medium-sized enterprises and mid-cap companies. Additionally, the Bank's commitment will demonstrate the attractiveness of these countries as an investment destination.
Project Contact: Mediterrania Capital Partners
Telephone No.: +34 934 451 142, +34 934 451 136
Office Address: Mediterrania Capital Partners C. Diputació, 246 - 2#2# 08007 Barcelona
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