Versi, Anver
April 2008
African Business;Apr2008, Issue 341, Special Section p30
The article provides information on Medicapital. The company obtained a British banking license in May 2007 to act as an interface between the large pool of investors in London, England and the bank's clients, mainly in Francophone Africa and Angola. The scope for mid-market projects, which is the space Medicapital is most comfortable in, is large and growing.


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