Moustapha Sow, SF Capital : “Our strategy in microfinance is to make further acquisitions”
The Senegalese investment bank is making a strategic shift by acquiring Microsen, a microfinance specialist. It is already planning a broader banking future.
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▪ Moustapha Sow, SF Capital : “Our strategy in microfinance is to make further acquisitions”
▪ The Senegalese investment bank is making a strategic shift by acquiring Microsen, a microfinance specialist. It is already planning a broader banking future.
Led by Moustapha Sow, Wale Latunji and Adeboye Idowu, the merchant bank has managed €7 billion in financing in its five years of existence. SF Capital, which specialises in infrastructure contracts and international transactions, is also actively building relationships between French and English-speaking markets in West Africa.
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