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Majorelle Capital positions itself as an intermediary between Morocco and foreign investors

Majorelle Capital positions itself as an intermediary between Morocco and foreign investors

The new investment bank based in Casablanca is working on its first transactions and aims to develop international deals.

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            ▪ Majorelle Capital positions itself as an intermediary between Morocco and foreign investors

▪ The new investment bank based in Casablanca is working on its first transactions and aims to develop international deals.

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07/01/2021 at 17h17, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 08/01/2021

Three partners have created the new entity, known as Majorelle Capital: Hassan Fassi Fihri, formerly of Ascent Capital Partners, formerly of Ardian, Rothschild and DC Advisory; Aziz Meschat, also a former investment banker at Ascent, with experience in private equity at Société Générale and in M&A at Deloitte. Alongside these two directors based in Casablanca is Mohamed Sagou, based in Paris. Formerly of Lazard and Canaccord, he is the founder of Zaina.io, specialising in credit access for African companies in Paris.

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