Carlyle has agreed to sell Amecor, a South African designer, manufacturer and distributor of security communication equipment, to ASSA ABLOY Group.
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Gulf Capital has successfully completed the sale of 100% of AmCan, an exclusive distributor of many of the top global sports nutrition brands across the MENA region, to a leading regional FMCG distributor operating across the Middle East and Africa.
Sanlam Private Equity, the private equity division of Sanlam Investments, has sold its majority stake in a pet care retailer Absolute Pets to Woolworths Holdings.
Oasis Capital Ghana, an SME growth equity investor in West Africa, has announced the successful exit of its holdings in Legacy Girls College (LGC), aan educational institution based in Ghana catering exclusively to female students.
Tana Africa Capital has exited its investment in IEG, a network of schools with more than 4,500 students across three schools in Morocco and one school in the Netherlands, to Globeducate, one of the world’s leading K12 education groups.
AfricInvest has exited from Promamec, a Moroccan producer and distributer of medical devices for the public and private sectors.
Carlyle has agreed to sell its majority stake in Tessara, a provider of post-harvest solutions in South Africa, to AgroFresh Solutions.
Vantage Capital has fully exited its investment in Cap Tamarin, a smart city development located in the town of Tamarin on the west coast of Mauritius, managed by Trimetys Group.
Apis Growth Fund I, a private equity fund managed by Apis Partners, has exited Efficient Group to the Apex Group, a global financial services provider.
Vantage Capital has announced that in December 2022 it fully exited its investment in Pétro Ivoire, the most established locally-owned distributor of petroleum and gas products in Côte d’Ivoire.
Verod Capital Management via its Verod Capital Growth Fund II has fully exited from its investment in Daystar Power Group to Shell.
Mediterrania Capital Partners has sold part of its stake at Akdital through an IPO at the Casablanca Stock Exchange.
Mediterrania Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on growth investments for SMEs and mid-cap companies in North Africa and Sub-Saharan countries, has announced that AMMC, the Moroccan Capital Market Authority, has approved Akdital’s IPO in December 2022.
Actis, through its holding company Actis Golf Nigeria (AGN), has received regulatory approval to exit its investment in Sigma Pensions, a Nigerian Pension Fund Administrator (PFA) to First Ally Asset Management, a Lagos-headquartered asset manager and First Guarantee Pensions (FGP), a subsidiary of Access Holdings.