AfricInvest invests in Outsourcia

30 Mar 2016

AfricInvest, a leading pan-African mid-cap-focused private equity firm, is pleased to announce that its Maghreb Private Equity Fund III has invested in Outsourcia Group (“Outsourcia”), a Moroccan leading
contact center and business process outsourcing (BPO) provider.

Through its investment, AfricInvest aims to support Outsourcia in bringing its corporate development
initiative, “Acquire and Migrate,” to other regions of Africa, while at the same time reinforcing the strong
growth that the company has experienced since its creation in 2003.

Commenting on the investment, Brahin El Jaï, Managing Director, AfricInvest Morocco said,
“AfricInvest is excited about the opportunity to work with such visionary entrepreneurs who have already
managed to establish a market-leading position in the area of outsourcing. The European market for
outsourcing still has considerable room for development, and sub-Saharan Africa in particular represents
an important opportunity for Outsourcia. AfricInvest’s infrastructure and experience across the continent
should provide a helpful platform for the company’s expansion.”

According to Youssef Chraibi, President of Outsourcia, “After 13 years of strong, self-financed
expansion, Outsourcia has decided to focus its strategy on external growth, enlarging its geographic
presence in both Europe and Africa. Working with a leading financial partner in the region like AfricInvest,
Outsourcia has found common values and an entrepreneurial culture that fit its identity and corporate
vision.”

For more information, please see here.

« Back to Member News

African and global commercial investors from Axonia Partners, Colonial Consulting, @SanlamInvest @alexforbes and Sa… https://t.co/tfaDfYEhzy

”We think about the exit right at the beginning - when we sit down with owners or management, we try and understand… https://t.co/VJ82ZMdGer

"To prepare companies for exits, we try to improve reporting standards, corporate governance and we look for the be… https://t.co/TuRdDXxO2Z

Hurley Doddy of ECP, @AyisiMakatiani of @FanisiCapital, Karima Ola of @LeapFrogInvest and Carlos Reyes of @IFC_org… https://t.co/PECs3EOmIV

"Youth and women empowerment need to be a critical components of GPs' investment mandate." Sandrine Henton… https://t.co/iwfU21vyDU

;