Two Eos Capital-managed funds ink deals last week

Two private equity funds managed by Nambian private equity firm Eos Capital inked deals last week. The first of the two deals, which is in the tourism sector, is being transacted on behalf of the Windhoek-headquartered firm’s Allegrew Fund which has raised N$461 million (or approximately US$30 million) since its 2016 launch. The second investment in a solar and refrigeration business is the first deal being made on behalf of the Namibia Infrastructure Development & Investment Fund (or NIDIF) which has reportedly raised N$535 million (or US$36 million) in commitments.

The Allegrew Fund is acquiring The Mushara Collection from husband and wife team Marc and Mariza Pampe for an undisclosed sum. The deal adds the first tourism asset to Allegrew’s portfolio, which is made up of a diverse set of eight other businesses across a range of sectors including healthcare, education, industrials, and utilities. Given that the fund is now almost fully invested, deal ticket sizes have averaged in the $3 million range.

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