IFC invests in Capital Índigo
Mexico City, July 11, 2014.- Capital Índigo secured an investment by the International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) in its fund “Índigo I FICAP”, which is focused primarily on growth-equity and mezzanine investments in Mexican companies. The IFC participation will be instrumental for the ongoing implementation of the Fund’s investment thesis. Bernardo Paasche, Managing Partner of Capital Indigo, said: "We are very proud to count with the IFC as one of our anchor investors. Their due diligence process was a rigorous one that allowed us to demonstrate the quality of our team, processes and pipeline to a world-class investor.”
About the International Finance Corporation (www.ifc.org)
The International Finance Corporation (“IFC”), a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on the private sector in developing countries. Established in 1956, IFC’s vision is that people should have the opportunity to escape poverty and improve their lives.
About Capital Indigo (www.capitalindigo.com)
Capital Indigo is a private equity firm based in Mexico City focused primarily on growth-equity and mezzanine investments in Mexican companies. The team shares nearly seventy years of key investment, operational and financial experience and play an active role in each of their investments.