AfricInvest plans to acquire a stake in Ghana’s Fidelity Bank

AfricInvest plans to acquire a stake in Ghana’s Fidelity Bank

The Tunisian investment company is conducting exclusive negotiations to buy South African KTH’s shares in the country’s fourth largest bank.

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            ▪ AfricInvest plans to acquire a stake in Ghana’s Fidelity Bank

▪ The Tunisian investment company is conducting exclusive negotiations to buy South African KTH’s shares in the country’s fourth largest bank.

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09/07/2020 at 15h24, by Jeune Afrique Business+

According to Jeune Afrique Business+ sources, AfricInvest is currently negotiating an agreement to acquire shares (18%) held by South Africa’s Kagiso Tiso Holdings (KTH) in Ghana’s Fidelity Bank. None of the stakeholders contacted by Jeune Afrique Business+ wished to provide further details.

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