According to bank documents, this is a follow-on investment in Basharsoft as part of Venture Capital Investment Programme (VCIP).
The Venture Capital Investment Programme targets innovative and high growth small and medium sized companies largely under-serviced by the very limited venture capital community in the region. Transition of the VCIP investments derives from supporting: (i) the "Competitive" quality through promoting young innovative companies in their growth, innovation, and skills enhancement (Qualified Co-investors are expected to transfer skills and know-how); and (ii) the "Resilient" quality through the development of the venture capital ecosystem and diversification of funding in a region where VC funds are not readily available.
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