Victoria: Investing In Morocco’s Future

YoungUpstarts

Casablanca is also one of the largest financial centres in North Africa, as Morocco is a key participant in the Maghreb agreement that facilitates trade with its neighbours: Algeria, Libya, Mauritania and Tunisia. Following an agreement with the government of Morocco, planners and urban designers dedicated a whole district of Victoria to the construction of no less than 3,200 affordable homes for residents, set in a pleasant living space.

Aspen Institute Maghreb Investor Delegation, next week in NY and CA

David Teten

The group is about 22 people; managing directors, partners and COO’s of major investments firms in Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, and Tunisia. Turnaround / buyout investing is of particular interest to the delegates for several reasons: The Maghreb is an important buy-out market due to the first generation transition since independence and also due to privatization of seized assets by governments in Tunisia and Libya. What role can government agencies both in the U.S.