Amethis exits Moroccan Disway’s subsidiary in Tunisia

Amethis exits Moroccan Disway’s subsidiary in Tunisia

The Paris-based fund manager continued its series of exits, selling its 27% stake in the IT distributor in Tunisia, a subsidiary of the Casablanca-listed group.

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            ▪ Amethis exits Moroccan Disway’s subsidiary in Tunisia

▪ The Paris-based fund manager continued its series of exits, selling its 27% stake in the IT distributor in Tunisia, a subsidiary of the Casablanca-listed group.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/814534/amethis-exits-moroccan-disways-subsidiary-in-tunisia/

Disway, the IT distributor led by businessman Hakim Belmaachi, chairman of the board, and Rachid El-Baghdadi, financial director, now owns 100% of its Tunisian subsidiary. It employs roughly 40 people in Tunis, Sfax and Sousse.

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