Mohamed Wahby

Executive Director at SPE Capital Partners

Mohamed Wahby

Mohamed Wahby

Executive Director at SPE Capital Partners

Biography

Mohamed Wahby is on the board of Eastern Industrial Co.

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Malaz Capital JSC
SPE Capital Partners

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Managing Director-Corporate Development at EnQuest Plc

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Chief Operating Officer & Board Member at Swicorp

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Co-Founder at Malaz Group

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Founder & Chairman at Swicorp

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Chief Executive Officer at Eastern Industrial Co.

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Chairman at Eastern Industrial Co.

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Director at Eastern Industrial Co.

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Director at Eastern Industrial Co.

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Director at Eastern Industrial Co.

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Managing Director & Executive Director at Al Jouf Cement Co.

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Mohamed Wahby
Executive Director at SPE Capital Partners
Career History
Chief Investment Officer
2017 - Current
Executive Director
2007 - Current

SPE's investment objective aims to achieve superior returns by compounded operational and financial performance of their portfolio firms. They seek to create value through strategies tailored to the needs of each firm. They prompt growth through buy and build strategies, geographic expansion, and vertical or horizontal integration. They may effectively apply leverage, consolidation, strategic and operational support, in addition to providing incentives for management. Their geographic focus is in the regions of MENA, GCC, North Africa and LevantSPE's private equity investment approach covers different transaction sizes and maturity stages, from Greenfield projects to existing firms, depending on the sector. In sectors such as industrial goods, consumer goods and retail, communications and financial services, they typically take stakes ranging from USD 5 million to USD 30 million. In sectors that include energy, petrochemicals and energy-intensive industries, they generally invest from USD 20 million to USD 150 million.They consider a range of exit strategies, including IPO, trade sale, asset sale, secondary buyout, or through Shariah compliant mutual funds.

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