Trinity International’s team on the Inspired Evolution-Escotel deal

Trinity International’s team on the Inspired Evolution-Escotel deal

The firm advised the South African investor Inspired Evolution in its transaction on the Mauritian company, an Orange associate in West and Central Africa.

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            ▪ Trinity International’s team on the Inspired Evolution-Escotel deal

▪ The firm advised the South African investor Inspired Evolution in its transaction on the Mauritian company, an Orange associate in West and Central Africa.

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24/12/2020 at 16h00, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Signed during December, the deal marks the entry into the capital of Escotel—a newly registered company in Mauritius—of the Inspired Evolution investor capital, via its Evolution II Fund vehicle, for $20 million, as well as those of Norway’s Norfund ($10 million) and France’s Sagemcom Energy & Telecom ($5 million).

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