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Mediterrania Capital Partners wants to turn MetaMed into “a vast medical imaging platform, including in sub-Saharan Africa” (Albert Alsina)

Mediterrania Capital Partners wants to turn MetaMed into “a vast medical imaging platform, including in sub-Saharan Africa” (Albert Alsina)

The Malta-based fund, which has just completed the acquisition of medical imaging company MetaMed, has created a dedicated fund with the aim of establishing an integrated group in Africa with the help of Proparco, IMF, DEG and EBRD.

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            ▪ Mediterrania Capital Partners wants to turn MetaMed into “a vast medical imaging platform, including in sub-Saharan Africa” (Albert Alsina)

▪ The Malta-based fund, which has just completed the acquisition of medical imaging company MetaMed, has created a dedicated fund with the aim of establishing an integrated group in Africa with the help of Proparco, IMF, DEG and EBRD.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/804516/mediterrania-capital-partners-veut-faire-de-metamed-une-vaste-plateforme-dimagerie-medicale-y-compris-en-afrique-subsaharienne-albert-alsina/

27/05/2020 at 18h47, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Steered by Daniel Viñas, who led on the deal, the Mediterrania Capital Partners (MCP) fund is hoping that its acquisition of the MetaMed medical imaging platform will allow it to strongly develop its healthcare offering on the continent.

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