According to FMO documents:
Our client is the Global Private Capital Association (GPCA), a non-profit, independent membership organization representing private capital investors who manage assets across Asia, Latin America, Africa, Central & Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
FMO will support GPCA in the development of projects to improve fund management skills, encourage knowledge sharing, and initiate ecosystem initiatives for GPs within FMO's portfolio and in the wider PE space.
FMO is funding this project as it provides the opportunity to strengthen good practice and capacity development within its fund portfolio and facilitates ecosystem development opportunities within the greater PE space in emerging economies, with a focus on LDCs. This is aligned with MASSIF's aim to reach end-beneficiaries in emerging economies through financing local financial intermediaries and institutions that can contribute to their development.
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|Global Private Capital Association (GPCA)
Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.
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