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Fondo Soberano de Angola is putting together a new strategy following a recent governance change, but its former chairman continues to make headlines.
The South African firm – which is in market with at least four vehicles – is also expected to launch an additional fund strategy this year.
Firms, deals, fundraises and country-specific awards for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The opening is dependent on a successful first close for TVM Healthcare MENA III, which has a $250m target, chief executive Helmut Schuehsler told PEI.
The Gulf-based firm's global ambitions are characterised by its single emerging-markets fund.
An impending upswing could mean time is running out for investors without a presence on the continent, according to the head of Angola’s sovereign wealth fund.
Deal count looks to be slackening in sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East and North Africa region.
A key recent deal from the region.
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