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Mediterrania’s third fund backs Moroccan construction play

21-01-2018; Africa Capital Digest

Mediterrania Capital Partners has announced it is making its debut investment for its third fund, leading a club deal to back Travaux Généraux de Construction de Casablanca or TGCC, a general contractor specialising in construction and public works in Morocco and Sub-Saharan Africa. DEG, Proparco and South Suez are investing alongside the fund.

Maroc : Mediterrania Capital Partners acquiert l’Université Internationale de Casablanca

19-01-2018; Il Boursa

Mediterrania Capital Partners, fond de Capital Investissement dédié à la croissance des PME d’Afrique du Nord et Afrique subsaharienne, en collaboration avec son partenaire d’investissement DPI, annonce l’acquisition de l’Université Internationale de Casablanca (UIC) via KMR Holding Pédagogique, sous réserve d’autorisations réglementaires.

Maroc:Mediterrania Capital Partners investit dans Groupe Scolaire René Descartes

17-01-2017; Financial Afrik

Mediterrania Capital Partners, firme régionale de capital-investissement dédiée aux moyennes et grandes entreprises en Afrique du Nord et en Afrique subsaharienne, annonce l’acquisition, par le biais de son second fond (MC II), d’une participation dans Groupe Scolaire René Descartes en Tunisie, un établissement privé proposant des programmes scolaires français et tunisiens.

Mediterrania Capital Partners supports KMR Holding Pédagogique in building the largest private higher education platform in Morocco and French-speaking Africa

16-01-2018; Capital Riesgo

Mediterrania Capital Partners, the private equity firm focused on growth investments for SMEs in North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa, in conjunction with its investment partner DPI announce the acquisition of Université Internationale de Casablanca (UIC) by KMR Holding Pédagogique, subject to regulatory approvals.

Dentons in Morocco advises Mediterrania Capital Partners and its consortium on a €55 million investment in TGCC, the leader in Morocco’s construction sector

16-01-2018; Dentons

Global law firm Dentons advised Mediterrania Capital Partners on the acquisition, through its third fund (MC III) alongside DEG, Proparco and South Suez, of a stake in Travaux Généraux de Construction de Casablanca (TGCC) for an amount of €55 million. The investment is aimed at supporting the company’s expansion plans based on the growth trends in the construction sector in Morocco and Sub-Saharan Africa.

Mediterrania invierte 25 millones en la mayor constructora marroquí

16-01-2018: Expansion

La gestora nacida en Barcelona lidera un consorcio con tres firmas internacionales que tomará hasta el 22% de TGCC como paso previo a la salida del grupo al mercado bursátil.

TGCC ouvre son capital

12-01-2018; Challenge.MA

Le groupe TGCC signe une des plus grosses opérations de capital-investissement au Maroc au cours de ces dernières années.

Mediterrania Capital Partners annoncé sur deux nouveaux investissement dans des pays du Maghreb

12-01-2018; Agence Ecofin

Mediterrania Capital Partners, une firme de private equity focalisée sur les investissements de croissance en Afrique subsaharienne et au Maghreb, est annoncée sur deux engagements dans des pays du Maghreb, a pu constater l’Agence Ecofin de sources concordantes.

MC II invests in Groupe Scolaire René Descartes

11-01-2018; Africa Global Funds

Mediterrania Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on growth investments for SMEs in North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa, has invested in the Groupe Scolaire René Descartes, a private educational institution specialised in French and Tunisian programmes based in Tunisia.

In the Press – Mediterrania Capital Partners announces the first closing of Mediterrania Capital III LP at €103 million

29-30-2017; Capital Markets in Africa
Mediterrania Capital Partners, the private equity firm focused on growth investments for SMEs in North African and Sub-Saharan countries, announces the first closing of its third capital growth fund, Mediterrania Capital III LP, at €103 million.