MEVP’s new fund in line for DFI commitment

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A key European development finance institution is evaluating a potential investment in Middle East Venture Partners‘ latest fund. If approved, Middle East Venture Fund IV (MEVF IV) will be as much as $18 million closer to its final goal of $150 million thanks to the European Investment Bank. Once it reaches its final close target, the fun will be larger than its three MEVF predecessors combined.

MEVF IV will make early-stage investments invest tech startups primarily in the Levant and North Africa across a range of tech subsectors such as FinTech, eCommerce, logistics, health tech, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and Software-as-a-Service. While information on the fund’s typical deal sizes have not been made available, the fund’s immediate predecessor invests upward of $3 million in each of its transactions.

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