€82 million injected into UM6P Endowment (formerly OCP Foundation)

€82 million injected into UM6P Endowment (formerly OCP Foundation)

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            ▪ €82 million injected into UM6P Endowment (formerly OCP Foundation)

▪ An exclusive from Africa Business+. 


The OCP Foundation – renamed UM6P Endowment Holding in 2020 – and entirely owned by the Mohammed-VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) in Rabat, where Crown Prince Moulay Hassan is studying, recently completed a capital increase.

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