Al Mada is one of the largest private investment funds operating on the pan-African scene.
First and foremost, it has an African identity. With its strong roots on the African continent – Al Mada is based in Casablanca – its aim is to contribute to the dynamic of South-South cooperation through impacting investments on a pan-African scale.
Most of the companies of which it is a shareholder, whether in financial services, insurance, Venture Capital, mining, building materials, earthmoving equipment or vehicle dealership are already active in several countries on the continent.
Major characteristic of Al Mada’s identity is its decision to invest long-term in structural business sectors that require a high level of capital intensity, to foster the emergence of a modern economy and to improve people’s living standards.
A fund with a purpose – Positive Impact
All of its employees and holdings work daily to achieve this « Positive Impact » commitment. Al Mada works for the emergence of a modern economy and the improvement of the living conditions of the territories and populations it works with.
With a view to long-term development, Al Mada already operates with in eight sectors identified as generating socio-economic progress.
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