SPE Capital buys stake in Moroccan BPO firm in secondary deal

Image Credit: Outsourcia

Marking its second deal for its first independent fund in as many weeks, SPE Capital Partners has acquired the majority stake held by another private equity firm in a Moroccan business process outsourcing firm. The fund manager is spending MAD 330 million (or approximately $33 million) to acquire the stake in Outsourcia from AfricInvest which first backed the business in 2016. The level of returns the exit earns AfricInvest‘s €150 million Mahgreb Private Equity Fund III has not been disclosed.

The transaction, which was led for SPE Capital by managing partner Stéphane Heuzé with the assistance of Tarek Lababidi, a principal with the private equity firm, adds the seventh asset to SPE AIF I’s portfolio. Both executives look likely to take a seat on Outsourcia’s board of directors, helping the business continue its planned growth trajectory using a series of organic and M&A initiatives.

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