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Mediterrania Capital Partners exits Cash Plus

28-01-2021; AVCA News Room

Mediterrania Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on growth investments for SMEs and mid-cap companies in North Africa and Sub-Saharan countries, announces the sale of its remaining stake in Cash Plus — the largest independent money transfer company in Morocco — to a group of Moroccan family offices.

Mediterrania Capital vende Cash Plus, la mayor empresa de transferencia de dinero en Marruecos

28-01-2021; El Economista

Mediterrania Capital Partners acaba de cerrar la venta de su participación en Cash Plus, la mayor empresa independiente de transferencia de dinero en Marruecos, a un grupo de family offices del país.

Mediterrania sort définitivement du capital du marocain Cash Plus en cédant ses 9 % de parts restants

28-01-2021; Agence Ecofin

Après une première vente partielle de ses parts détenues au sein de Cash Plus, active dans le transfert d’argent au Maroc, le capital-investisseur Mediterrania se désengage totalement en laissant une entreprise « plus forte et avec un avenir très prometteur ».

Albert Alsina, Founder and CEO of Mediterrania Capital Partners, wins the Financial Afrik 2020 Award for Economist of the Year

19-01-2021; Capital Riesgo

Mediterrania Capital Partners, the Private Equity firm focused on growth investments for SMEs and mid-cap companies in North and Sub-Saharan Africa, is pleased to announce that Albert Alsina, Founder and CEO, has won the Financial Afrik 2020 Award for “Economist of the Year” and is included in the list of “The 100 people that are transforming Africa” published by the prestigious magazine on the December edition.

Jeune Afrique Avis d’Expert: “Promouvoir le développement des PME en Afrique” – Albert Alsina, CEO Mediterrania Capital Partners

November 2020; Jeune Afrique

Dans un contexte de récession mondiale,les marchés émergents seront les moteurs de la croissance économique au cours des prochaines décennies. L’Afrique continue d’offrir des opportunités d’investissement très attrayantes – en particulier dans le segment des PME – tout en ayant un impact social et en offrant une solide rentabilité.

“Accelerating digital transformation in private Education” – Daniel Viñas, Partner at Mediterrania Capital Partners

October 2020; Africa Global Funds

The current economic contraction threatens the ability of African governments to invest in education at a time when it is most imperative. This will have long-term impacts on the future of Africa’s labor force, which needs the skills gained through a high-quality, relevant education if it is to adapt to a digitized, fast-changing, and global world of work.

In this context, the private sector can play a key role by supporting education institutions as they develop the technologies and framework needed to shape and improve the learning experience on the continent.

“Hoy lo que convence al inversor es el impacto directo creado en la comunidad africana sin sacrificar los retornos”- Albert Alsina, CEO Mediterrania Capital Partners

October 2020; Capital & Corporate Magazine

Con el 70% del tercer fondo invertido en 6 compañías, la gestora de private equity prevé lanzar en 2022 su cuarto vehículo de inversión en el entorno de los €400M. La gran motivación del equipo es el enfoque en temas de sostenibilidad y el impacto social y económico creado en las pymes africanas, gracias a su modelo sistemático y recurrente de creación de valor y a su fuerte presencia local.

COVID19 is “a natural filter for resilient businesses” – Albert Alsina, CEO Mediterrania Capital Partners

25-09-2020; The Africa Report

Private equity investor Mediterrania Capital Partners (MCP) is considering investments in supermarkets, health and education as the impact of COVID-19 whittles down the list of financially strong candidates, CEO Albert Alsina tells The Africa Report.

Mediterrania Capital Partners: GSRD Partnership with Banque Zitouna

16-09-2020; Invest Africa

Tunis. Mediterrania Capital Partners, the Private Equity firm focused on growth investments for SMEs and mid-cap companies in North and Sub-Saharan Africa, announces the signing by its portfolio company Groupe Scolaire René Descartes of an agreement with Banque Zitouna to financially support families impacted by the Covid-19 crisis.

PEI interview with Albert Alsina, Founder and CEO, Mediterrania Capital Partners – Spurring SME development in Africa

31-08-2020; Private Equity International

SMEs form the backbone of Africa’s economies but often lack access to funding for growth. Mediterrania Capital Partners’ Albert Alsina explains how private equity can address this issue.