Albert Alsina, Mediterrania Capital Partners : “2022 will be the year of four or five exits”

Albert Alsina, Mediterrania Capital Partners : “2022 will be the year of four or five exits”

The founder and managing director of the Malta-based pan-African private equity firm unveils the outlook for his company, which has been making a series of divestments.

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            ▪ Albert Alsina, Mediterrania Capital Partners : “2022 will be the year of four or five exits”

▪ The founder and managing director of the Malta-based pan-African private equity firm unveils the outlook for his company, which has been making a series of divestments.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/812564/albert-alsina-mediterrania-capital-partners-2022-will-be-the-year-of-four-or-five-exits/

Mediterrania Capital Partners (MCP) has completed two high-profile disposals of minority stakes in recent months. The first was in the Moroccan construction group Travaux Généraux de Construction de Casablanca (TGCC), which will be listed on the Casablanca Stock Exchange in December 2021. The second concerned the interest in Cofina: MCP sold its 34% stake in the sub-Saharan mesofinance institution in May 2022 to the British fund DPI. This injected €60 million into Cofina.

These two successful exits reconfigure MCP’s portfolio, which is strongly oriented towards healthcare and North Africa. As the MC III fund, launched with €290 million of endowment, approaches full deployment, Albert Alsina discussed its future operations. Between setting up a new vehicle and the forthcoming exit of several assets, he does not wish to change his strategy and announced that he is prospecting for new business in West Africa.

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