Amethis launches $490 million pan-African fund targeting African companies
Private equity firm Amethis has launched a $490 million pan-African fund to support high-potential companies across the continent.
With a track record of over 25 investments in 14 countries, Amethis has already significantly impacted Africa’s private equity landscape. The new fund will enable the firm to continue supporting entrepreneurs and businesses, making a difference in Africa’s future. The $490 million fund will focus on investing in high-growth sectors such as healthcare, education, financial services, and consumer goods. Amethis’ latest move comes at a time Africa’s private equity market is rapidly evolving, with the pan-African fund a clear demonstration of the firm’s commitment to driving sustainable socio-economic development on the continent.
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