According to FMO website, MCPII will pursue the same investment strategy as MCPI, which is to invest in lower middle market companies in Turkey in a broad range of sectors with attractive risk-return dynamics in terms of growth, consolidation and regional expansion opportunities. Mediterra intends to make 10-12 investments in the range of €15 - €30 million in the form of control oriented buyouts and growth capital. FMO is supporting a well established and experienced Fund manager in Turkey. The Fund will contribute to enabling access to equity financing for the underserved mid-market space in Turkey. In particular, the Fund will target broader Turkey including to some extent the whole Anatolia region where other private equity funds are less active.
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