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The team at Mansa Capital leverage our unique capabilities and experience to help businesses grow. Our mission is the continual growth of our asset base, with a focus first toward cash flow and second to building equity. 
In the regions where we focus, our work relies on pragmatic and rigorous asset evaluation that accounts for country-specific market conditions and competitive strategies.  Our goal is to add value to the investments that we make and the relationships that we develop with our management teams.   

Experience comes from years of hard work and life lessons. Our success is due in large part to the commitment and strength of our team, a knowledge base that is industry-focused, and in an environment that promotes teamwork and mutual respect.  Whether in real estate or energy, our drive is to help businesses grow exponentially, transforming potential into progress for both owners and investors. It’s about collaboration. It’s about an unwavering commitment to building long-term partnerships with our management teams, investors, operating resources, service providers, and financing and deal sources.

Business News

Euro, stocks retreat from rally on EU stimulus plan

The euro retreated from near two-month highs and equity markets wavered on Wednesday even as the European Union unveiled a 750 billion euro ($823 billion) recovery fund that helped offset concerns about unrest in Hong Kong over Beijing's proposed security laws.

Lufthansa board rejects EU conditions on $10 billion bailout

German airline Lufthansa's supervisory board on Wednesday rejected conditions imposed by Brussels on a proposed government bailout, casting fresh doubt on the 9 billion euro ($9.9 billion) rescue.

Boeing laying off 6,700 U.S. workers with thousands more planned

Boeing Co said Wednesday it will notify 6,770 U.S. workers they are being laid off with "several thousand remaining layoffs" planned in the next few months, chief executive Dave Calhoun told workers in an email.

Twitter's fact-check label prompts Trump threat to shut down social media companies

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to regulate or shut down social media companies for stifling conservative voices, a day after Twitter attached a warning to some of his tweets prompting readers to fact check the president's claims.

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