FEP Capital Wins IFM 2015 Awards

(Yahoo Finance) London-based International Finance Magazine presented the 2015 awards for ‘Fastest Growing Investment Bank’ and ‘Best Private Equity Company’ in Egypt to FEP Capital at a gala ceremony in the Landmark Hotel in London on November 27.

The awards were presented by Peter Meyer, CEO, the Middle East Association (MEA); Dr. Cigdem Kogar, Chief Representative of Central Bank of Turkey in London; Kofi Addo, Head of Trade and Investment, Ghana High Commission; and Thomas Mbun, Head of Treasury and Finance, Ghana High Commission.

FEP Capital is a regulated financial services company, focusing on private equity and investment banking services. The company was originally established and founded in 1995 under the name White House Securities. Ever since its establishment and until 2007, the company has been focusing on the use of its expertise in the field of corporate establishments and securities promotion, which was driven from the thriving Egyptian Stock Market in this period. This helped the company realize satisfactory returns on capital.

The company started utilising its underwriting and securities licenses during the downturn in 2008 in order to better cope with the changes of the market. During the four following years, the company successfully listed several companies in the Nilex stock exchange and gained a leading market share in this field.

Leadership & Team: FEP Capital’s executives have hands-on experience in the Egyptian market, with strong networking connections, backed with an experienced team with in-depth expertise in Private Equity and Investment Banking across multiple sectors in the Egyptian Market.

Omar Maghawry, Chief Executive Officer, on receiving the award, said: “After working in the Egyptian Private Equity and Investment Banking market for more than five years, I’m so proud FEP Capital won two awards from your reputable organisation. We have worked hard during this period to achieve several milestones in both PE & IB, and we have successfully surpassed our expectations.”