After Kenya, AfricInvest Private Credit targets deals in West Africa

After Kenya, AfricInvest Private Credit targets deals in West Africa

AfricInvest’s private debt subsidiary, which has just backed the Kenyan clinic company RFH, will soon be supporting other companies in Senegal and Nigeria.

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            ▪ After Kenya, AfricInvest Private Credit targets deals in West Africa

▪ AfricInvest’s private debt subsidiary, which has just backed the Kenyan clinic company RFH, will soon be supporting other companies in Senegal and Nigeria.

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Samia Tnani Seidensticker, director of AfricInvest Private Credit (APC), told Africa Business+ that after the recent Kenyan deal, “APC already has several deals in its portfolio that are expected to be completed quickly, subject to final formalities. These concern private loans to companies, particularly in the health sector in Senegal, Nigeria and Rwanda.”

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