Marc Kamgaing’s Harvest Asset Management targets €15 million for equity fund

Marc Kamgaing’s Harvest Asset Management targets €15 million for equity fund

Central Africa’s first equity mutual fund, promoted by Harvest Asset Management, the Cameroonian-founded asset management company, has received approval from the stock market regulator.

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            ▪ Marc Kamgaing’s Harvest Asset Management targets €15 million for equity fund

▪ Central Africa’s first equity mutual fund, promoted by Harvest Asset Management, the Cameroonian-founded asset management company, has received approval from the stock market regulator.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/807423/marc-kamgaings-harvest-asset-management-targets-e15-million-for-equity-fund/

“We are aiming for a target size of CFA F 10 billion (€15 million) to be mobilised within a period of two to three years,” said Marc Kamgaing, 42, founder of FCP Harvest Actions Cemac, when contacted by Jeune Africa Business +.

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