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Why Amethis is betting on Naivas supermarkets

Why Amethis is betting on Naivas supermarkets

A few months after the bankruptcy of one of the largest retailers on the market, a leading Kenyan supermarket chain has welcomed the pan-African private equity firm to its pool of investors. Jeune Afrique Business+ sheds light on the reasoning behind the deal.

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            ▪ Why Amethis is betting on Naivas supermarkets

▪ A few months after the bankruptcy of one of the largest retailers on the market, a leading Kenyan supermarket chain has welcomed the pan-African private equity firm to its pool of investors. Jeune Afrique Business+ sheds light on the reasoning behind the deal.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/804099/pourquoi-amethis-a-mise-sur-les-supermarches-naivas/

17/04/2020 at 17h50, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Amethis Partners is looking to support Naivas in improving its governance, with the goal of further professionalising their processes and enhancing their risk management”, a source familiar with the matter told Jeune Afrique Business+.

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