Société Générale Maroc and Yamed Capital are entering the field of Real Estate Collective Investment Schemes (OPCI). The two entities have recently launched a joint venture company for managing OPCIs, approved by the Moroccan Capital Market Authority (AMMC). Named Nema Capital, it is equally owned by both partners.
Nema Capital will enable the two players to leverage their respective expertise in creating a leading offering in the emerging OPCI market. The joint venture will rely on the bank’s expertise in collective investment management and its distribution capabilities among institutional, wealth management, and retail clients. It will also draw on Yamed Capital’s expertise in the origination, structuring, management, and valuation of various real estate asset classes, as explained by the banking group.