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Mr. Fahmi Houki is a Board Member of Ekuity Capital. Mr. Houki has been working as Head of the Cabinet of the Ministry of Tourism and Handicrafts since March 2020. Mr. Houki has also occupied many roles within the Ministry of Tourism and Handicrafts since 2001, as Service Manager within the General Inspection and General Director of the Office of General Affairs, Security and Permanence. He holds a Bachelor degree in Economic Sciences from the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management of Tunis and a Certificate of Postgraduate Studies degree in Administration from Tunis National School of Administration. He fluently speaks Arabic, English and French.
Head of Reporting, Risk and Compliance
Lilia Gharbi joined Ekuity Capital in December 2015 as Head of Reporting, Risk and Compliance Department. Prior to this, Lilia worked for BNP Paribas in Paris within the Emerging Markets M&A Department in 2006 and 2007 before joining Swicorp, a leading MENA investment bank, as Financial Advisor until 2015. Lilia holds a Bachelor’s degree from IHEC Carthage, a Master’s degree from ESC Paris and an Executive MBA from the Mediterranean School of Business (MSB) Tunis. She fluently speaks Arabic, English, French and Italian.
Habib Al Ferchichi
Mr. Habib Al Ferchichi is a Board Member of Ekuity Capital. Mr. Al Ferchichi has been working as Head of the Cabinet of the Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts since January 2019. He has more than 30 years of experience within the Ministry of Tourism and Handicrafts.
Status: CurrentSector: Food and AgribusinessStake: 20.2%Investment Date: December 2014
Cerealis is a Tunisian group founded in 2003 operating in the agribusiness sector and composed of 3 companies :
Status: CurrentSector: Real EstateStake: 100%Investment Date: April 1982
Founded in 1982 under the name of Abou Nawas Gammarth, Mövenpick Gammarth is a 5 star boutique hotel located in an exclusive area overlooking the Mediterranean bays and the Sidi Bou Said hills. The hotel was reopened in 2009 after a full renovation. The hotel is totally owned by Ekuity Capital and is managed by Mövenpick under a management agreement concluded in 2009.https://www.movenpick.com/fr/africa/tunisia/tunis/hotel-tunis-gammarth/overview/
Status: CurrentSector: Financial ServicesStake: 5%Investment Date: November 2014
Amen Bank is part of the Amen Group which currently consists of more than 50 companies operating in several sectors of the Tunisian economy.Established in 1967, Amen Bank is the first Tunisian private bank and is itself at the head of a group made up of 25 Amen Group companies operating essentially in the field of finance. Amen bank has been listed on the Tunisian stock exchange market since 1994.http://www.amenbank.com.tn/
Support Services Department
Fathi Saidani joined Ekuity Capital in March 1999 as a Driver/ Messenger. He fluently speaks Arabic and French.
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