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Monday, 5 March 2018

Ezdehar Egypt to invest USD 80 mn in export-heavy industrial sectors, non-banking financial services this year

INVESTMENT WATCH- Ezdehar Egypt Mid-Cap fund is planning to invest USD 80 mn this year in Egypt’s export-heavy industrial sectors, non-banking financial services, and consumer sectors, Ezdehar Managing Partner Emad Barsoum tells Al Borsa. Ezdehar is also closing in on acquiring an industrial company in a USD 50 mn transaction, Barsoum said, without providing the company’s name or further details on the agreement.

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