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How Matteo Stefanel and Apis Partners lured the IFC to Adumo (Crossfin Transactional Services)

How Matteo Stefanel and Apis Partners lured the IFC to Adumo (Crossfin Transactional Services)

The Washington-based institution has invested $7.5m in the consolidated South African payments group.

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▪ The Washington-based institution has invested $7.5m in the consolidated South African payments group.

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19/11/2020 at 15h52, by Valentin Grille, updated 20/11/2020

Led from London by Matteo Stefanel and Udayan Goyal, Apis Partners is seeking investors to support Adumo’s growth, the company’s CEO, Paul Kent, tells Jeune Afrique Business+.

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