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Private Equity in North Africa: What Every LP Must Know

Posted on: 22 Feb 2011


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In recent years, the North African private equity market has enjoyed solid growth fueled by positive demographics, the privatization of state-owned entities, ongoing infrastructure investment, and a growing pool of sophisticated fund managers.  The recent developments that began in Tunisia and reverberated across North Africa and the Middle East have raised the perceived risk profile as well as questions about the challenges and opportunities in the region over the longer term. 
Join EMPEA as we convene the region's private equity insiders to discuss:

  • What are the short-term concerns for investors active in or exploring the region?
  • What may be the effect of anticipated reforms on underlying fundamentals of the region?
  • What may be the impact of changes underway on long-term investment thesis and investor returns?
  • What is the outlook for the region's private equity industry?

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