According to the Bank’s website, Joliba Capital Fund I is a first-time fund raised by Joliba Capital. The Fund targets EUR 150 million in fund size and will build a diversified portfolio of 8-10 investments in consumer-driven sectors across Francophone West- & Central Africa. The fund is set up by Yann Pambou and Hamada Toure, two experienced African investment professionals in partnership with LBO France, an established French private equity firm based in Paris, operating primarily in Western Europe.
The private equity market development in the fund's target region lags behind many of the other large economies in the continent. The resulting funding gap hampers the growth of SME's in the region. By contributing to the establishment of a dedicated and professional fund manager, our capital commitment supports the success of local entrepreneurs in the region.
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