Category Archives: In the Press

2017 Private Equity Africa Awards – Meet the winners!

02-06-2017; Private Equity Africa
Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Private Equity Africa Awards. In their 6th year, the Private Equity Africa Awards exclusively celebrated the achievements of GP Investors and Advisors in 2016. The final award winners were selected by an independent panel of judges and recommendations from the London Business School Institute of Private Equity nomination team.
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AfricInvest and Mediterrania exit SJL to Investec

10-04-2017; Africa Global Funds
AfricInvest and Mediterrania Capital Partners have sold their stakes in Grupo San Jose & Lopez (SJL), a logistics and international road freight transport company with operations in the Maghreb and Europe.
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Mediterrania Capital Partners et AfricInvest cèdent la société de logistiques SJL à la firme Investec Asset Management

10-04-2017; Agence Ecofin
Mediterrania Capital Partners, fonds de Capital Investissement dédié aux entreprises africaines en phase de croissance, annonce la cession de la participation conjointement détenue avec la firme d’investissement AfricInvest, dans le capital de Grupo San Jose & Lopez (SJL). Les conditions financières de la transaction n’ont pas été dévoilées.
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Mediterrania Capital Partners and AfricInvest exit Grupo San Jose & Lopez (SJL)

10-04-2017; Capital Markets in Africa
Mediterrania Capital Partners, a regional private equity firm focused on growth investments for SMEs in North Africa and Sub-Saharan countries, and AfricInvest, a leading pan-African SME-focused private equity firm with more than $1bn under management, are together pleased to announce the sale of Grupo San Jose & Lopez (SJL), a logistics and international road freight transport company with operations in the Maghreb and Europe.
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Mediterrania Capital Partners raises €250 million for third fund

07-03-2017; Capital Riesgo

Mediterrania Capital Partners, announces its plans to raise €250 million for its third fund, Mediterrania Capital III (MC III). Through MC III, Mediterrania Capital will maintain its focus in North Africa while expanding into selected Sub-Saharan countries such as Ivory Coast, Senegal and Cameroon.
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Importance of Value Creation – Article by Albert Alsina

15-02-2017; Africa Global Funds

Since 2008 Mediterrania Capital Partners has been assisting African companies in need of financial, management and strategy support. Albert Alsina describes the six steps of Mediterrania’s Value Creation model.

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Mediterrania Capital Partners’ Portfolio Companies deliver 64% Cumulative EBITDA growth

08-02-2017; Capital Markets in Africa
Mediterrania Capital Partners announces that MC II’s portfolio companies delivered 64% Cumulative EBITDA growth. In addition, between 2014 and 2016, Cumulative Revenues reached €340.8 million – a 63% growth rate – and Cumulative Net Income CAGR amounted to €24.5 million – a 42% growth rate – in the same period.
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Mediterrania taps Zahabi to expand sub-Saharan investments

05-02-2017; Africa Capital Digest
Africa-focused private equity fund manager Mediterrania Capital Partners is boosting its expansion in the sub-Sahara by appointing Pacôme Zahabi as Senior Director for the firm’s deal activities in the region.
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Mediterrania makes senior hire

01-02-2017; Africa Global Funds
Mediterrania Capital Partners, a private equity firm focusing on growth investments for companies in North African and Sub-Saharan countries, has appointed Pacôme Zahabi as Senior Director for Sub-Saharan Africa, based in Abidjan.
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Mediterrania invierte en la Universidad de Marrakech

13-10-2016; Capital Riesgo
Mediterrania Capital Partners ha tomado una participación del 18% en la Universidad Privada de Marrakech (UPM), el mayor centro privado de educación superior de Marruecos.
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