Background

The Barcelona Process (1995-2005) was a singular and ambitious and cooperative initiative with the intention of creating a Mediterranean region of peace, security and shared prosperity.

Securing dialog and partnership across political, economic and cultural platforms catalyzed the revitalization of relationships within the Euro-Mediterranean area.

With the new goal of mutual prosperity, scientific and technological cooperation with southern Mediterranean states was accelerated, emphasizing efforts to support research and commercial development in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. MCP emerged with this policy evolution and, recognizing the importance of innovation in corporate competitiveness, began providing access to stable financial development and information within the Maghreb.

MCP is at the heart of this regional development, further reaching sub-Saharan countries across portfolio companies and linking them north to Europe through partnerships, relations, and potential exits strategies.