According to bank provided information, FMO was invited by Ezdehar Egypt MidCap Fund ("Ezdehar") to co-invest in Eagle. FMO and Ezdehar will jointly acquire the shares of Eagle currently held by 8 Miles, an Africa focused PE fund. Ezdehar and FMO will provide value added in the following areas: governance, commercial, ESG and sustainability, organization and management, finance and reporting.
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