Hossam Abou Moussa
Hossam has over 20 years of professional experience investing in growth markets, dedicating over ten years to the financial services sector.
Before joining Apis Partners, Hossam was a Partner at Actis, leading a team of investment experts focused on the Financial Services sector throughout Africa, South, and Southeast Asia.
Throughout his career, Hossam has played a key role in numerous investments across Africa and Asia. Some of these include the Commercial International Bank (Egypt’s largest private sector bank), Fawry (Egypt’s premier digital transformation and e-payment platform), Emerging Markets Payments (the pioneering pan-African payments platform with a presence in Africa and the Middle East), GHL Systems (a top payment service provider and merchant acquirer in the ASEAN region), and MNT-Halan (Egypt’s most extensive and rapidly growing lender for the unbanked and underbanked population).
Hossam is a CFA charter holder, and holds an MBA from the University of Oxford and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Finance from the American University in Cairo
Areas of expertise
Growth, Capital Markets, Payments, Lending
This IS the job I coveted while I was in the first half of my career! I have spent the past 20 years as an operator and aspired to one day be able to contribute my experiences in fast-growing companies and digitally-oriented financial services to a chance to make a big impact on the broader scale that APIS offers.
I get to collaborate with relentlessly committed colleagues and portfolio and target investee executives on how to bring world-class financial solutions to underserved customers in growth markets. I feel like I lucked out!
I spent more than 20 years investing in growth markets, of which more than 10 years focusing on financial services in Africa, South and Southeast Asia. Along the journey, I have been driven by working with experienced investors to support talented management teams in growing their businesses in exciting markets.
Over and above the outstanding scale opportunity, investing in financial services in growth markets benefits all stakeholders – businesses grow through better use of technology and data, customers get access to financial services more efficiently and effectively, and governments benefit from financial inclusion.
EFG-Hermes Private Equity
University of Oxford
Said Business School – MBA
The American University in Cairo
BA, Business and Finance
GHL, MNT-Halan, RenewBuy, Peach
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