TLG Capital expands its portfolio in frontier markets with the addition of Compaqnie Fluviale du Mekong (CFM), a river cruise company based in Cambodia. This represents TLG Capital’s third company under management following its first two investments in Uganda and Ghana.
Naidah Yazdani, chief executive officer (CEO) of CFM, said: “A partnership with TLG Capital represents a great opportunity for CFM to seek strategic guidance in diversifying our revenue lines and market scope. Being the first company on the Mekong to offer river cruises to the market, we have extensive experience with a variety of terrains in the region and preferences of tourists as we seek to grow our business.”
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