The Norwegian Investment Fund for Developing Countries (Norfund) has invested in Sundry Foods, an integrated food services company operating in the Quick Service Restaurant (QSR), Bakery and Catering Services sectors in Nigeria.
As part of the IPO, responsAbility Investments and Helios Investment Partners, have completed partial exits of their stakes in Fawry, Egyptian provider of payment services to more than 20 million clients across all segments of the population.
Denham Capital, a global energy and resources private equity firm, has sold BioTherm Energy to Actis Capital, an emerging market investor, for an undisclosed sum.
Amethis has sold its stake in the Dislog Group, allowing Mouncef Belkhayat founder and majority shareholder to regain a controlling equity stake in the company in provision of a new investment cycle.
Development Partners International (DPI), has sold its funds’ total holdings in Eaton Towers Holdings to American Tower Corporation (ATC).
RENEW’s Impact Angel Network (IAN), one of the most active equity investors in Ethiopia, has successfully exited two investments to a regional private equity fund and a family office.
Verod Capital Management has completed a full exit of its ownership of Rotoprint, a flexible packaging company based in Nigeria.
Mediterrania Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on growth investments for SMEs in North Africa and Sub-Saharan countries, has sold a significant stake in Cash Plus, the largest independent money transfer company in Morocco, to Groupe Richbond, a Moroccan industrial and property conglomerate.
Adenia Partners, a private equity fund manager focused on control investments in Sub-Saharan Africa, has exited its investment in Socolait, a dairy producer and distributor in Madagascar.
Phatisa, an African development and private equity fund manager, has reached an agreement with Ma’aden on the sale of its controlling shareholding in Meridian Group (Meridian).
Vantage Capital, Africa’s largest mezzanine debt fund manager, has fully exited its investment in Thebe Timrite, a black-controlled supplier of mining support products and services in South Africa.
Cauris Croissance, the second fund managed by Cauris Management, the West African private equity fund management company, has sold its stake in BPEC to the new reference shareholder, the SUNU group.
Wendel has agreed to sell its 40% holding in PlaYce (formerly SGI Africa) to CFAO for net proceeds of €32.2m, following an initial investment of €25.3m at the end of July 2016.
The Fund I&P Afrique Entrepreneurs 1 (IPAE 1), managed by Investisseurs & Partenaires has exited from two portfolio companies: the group CONERGIES, based in Côte d’Ivoire and Mali, and the Senegalese company Delta Irrigation.