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Albert Alsina, Founder and CEO at Malta-based Mediterrania Capital Partners (MCP) recently received the “Thought Leader” award at the AVCA 20th Anniversary Conference Awards.

The event was held last week in Johannesburg, organised by AVCA, the African Private Capital Association.

MCP stated that the award recognises Mr Alsina’s ability to “demonstrate leadership, inspire others, set trends, drive positive change, and share knowledge in meaningful ways.”

Mr Alsina’s professional journey spans over 25 years, marked by his expertise in general management on a global scale. In 2013, he founded MCP, a private equity firm that invests in Africa operating under regulations such as those of the Malta Financial Services Authority (Malta), Financial Services Commission (Mauritius) and the National Securities Market Commission (Spain).

Three years ago, he released his book “Value Creation in Private Equity,” and has since sold over 3,500 copies. He has garnered a LinkedIn following of more than 11,500 users, and has also provided many press articles and interviews, together with speaking engagements at prominent events across the globe. MCP remarked that Mr Alsina’s influence “reaches hundreds of thousands and extends far beyond borders.”

It added that he his dedication to showcasing Africa as a prime investment destination and the importance of private capital to help advance social and economic progress has managed to “transform perceptions of the African private equity sector, significantly influencing decision-making and propelling it forward.”

His contributions have proven to be inspiring and empowering to many professionals, entrepreneurs, investors, students, and the rest of the business community.

“A well-deserved award,” MCP’s team said, before congratulating him on the achievement.

Mr Alsina holds a number of qualifications, including a postgraduate certificate in General Management in European Studies from Univerité de Poitiers, as well as a qualification in general management from The Wharton School, among others.

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MCP Founder and CEO Albert Alsina (centre) receiving the award / LinkedIn


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