Pegasus Capital’s IFRIA receives $9.4 million from IFC to invest in Morocco and Senegal

Pegasus Capital’s IFRIA receives $9.4 million from IFC to invest in Morocco and Senegal

The Delaware, US-based cold chain specialist, led and co-founded by Manuel Cabrera Kabana Sartorius, is seeking to complete a first round of investments with an estimated cost of $69 million.

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            ▪ Pegasus Capital’s IFRIA receives $9.4 million from IFC to invest in Morocco and Senegal

▪ The Delaware, US-based cold chain specialist, led and co-founded by Manuel Cabrera Kabana Sartorius, is seeking to complete a first round of investments with an estimated cost of $69 million.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/813618/pegasus-capitals-ifria-receives-9-4-million-from-ifc-to-invest-in-morocco-and-senegal/

Of this amount, $40 million will be injected in the form of equity, while the rest will come from loans.

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