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Is Morocco Becoming Africa’s Major Investment Hub?

Posted On: 21 Jun 2015  |  Source: Morocco World News  |  Category: EMPEA in the News

In recent years, Morocco has become a favorite investment destination for many of the world’s global companies. From aircraft assembly to car manufacturing to solar energy, Morocco is distinguishing itself as an important industrial player in Africa...

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Myanmar sees surge in telecom investment

Posted On: 20 Jun 2015  |  Source: Deal Street Asia  |  Category: EMPEA in the News

Investment in telecoms has surged in Myanmar in the past year as operators begin to tap a rapidly expanding market, driving growth in the economy. Since the opening up of the mobile segment last year, there has been a boom in phone ownership and subscriptions... 

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SEC scrutinizing stapled transactions

Posted On: 15 Jun 2015  |  Source: Pensions & Investments  |  Category: EMPEA in the News

General partner-driven stapled transactions, a small but growing corner of the private equity secondary market, are drawing the attention of the Securities and Exchange Commission because of potential conflicts of interest and lack of transparency for limited partners...

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Investing in Africa

Posted On: 28 May 2015  |  Source: Financier Worldwide   |  Category: EMPEA in the News

FW moderates a discussion on investing Africa between Lwazi Bam, the chief executive of Deloitte Africa, Hurley Doddy, a co-chief executive of Emerging Capital Partners (ECP), and Maryam Haque, a senior director of research at EMPEA...

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Cuba will be the ‘powerhouse of the Caribbean’: panelist

Posted On: 22 May 2015  |  Source: PE HUB | Author: Chris Witkowsky  |  Category: EMPEA in the News

At a conference focused on opportunities in emerging markets this month, Cuba found some love. A panel of investment professionals at the IFC EMPEA Global Private Equity Conference in Washington DC discussing opportunities in Latin American was optimistic about the chances of Cuba reforming enough to attract new investment dollars. The U.S. and Cuban governments announced on Dec. 17 efforts to restore diplomatic relations after 50 years of hostility...

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