Averi Capital sees increasing opportunities in Francophone markets

Averi Capital sees increasing opportunities in Francophone markets

Investment specialist seeking expansion into new areas.

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            ▪ Averi Capital sees increasing opportunities in Francophone markets

▪ Investment specialist seeking expansion into new areas.


Seven years after its launch and already with a strong presence in much of the continent, Averi Capital is moving to higher latitudes, showing a growing appetite for markets north of the Equator. According to Africa Business+ sources, the company, whose partners have supported more than 100 projects – claiming a portfolio equivalent of $8 billion – is now looking at opportunities in the West African region, particularly Côte d’Ivoire.

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