First closing in sight for Walid Cherif and Adam Hadidi at BluePeak Private Capital

First closing in sight for Walid Cherif and Adam Hadidi at BluePeak Private Capital

The two former directors of Gulf Capital are expecting their first closing in the coming weeks.

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            ▪ First closing in sight for Walid Cherif and Adam Hadidi at BluePeak Private Capital

▪ The two former directors of Gulf Capital are expecting their first closing in the coming weeks.

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According to information from Jeune Afrique Business+, the first round of financing for BluePeak Private Capital Fund will be officially closed in February 2021. This first vehicle of the management company, launched in 2019 by Walid Cherif and Adam Hadidi, two former Gulf Capital executives, targets some $200 million in international investors’ commitments.

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