Greylock unveils OPIC-backed Africa vehicle

Wed Jun 24, 2009




New York-headquartered Greylock Capital is raising money for its new Greylock Africa Opportunity Fund, having gone to first close with commitments of $77 million, including an allocation from the Overseas Private Investment Corp, the developmental agency of the US government.


A.J. Mediratta


The fund focuses on sub-Saharan Africa and Greylock is aiming for assets of $200 million to $300 million this year. It targets annual returns of a net 20% via niche lending opportunities and mezzanine debt.

Headed by ex-Lehman emerging markets trader Hans Humes, Greylock started operations in 1995, and...

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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