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The EBRD is the largest private equity funds investor in the region with commitments of over €2 billion. Third parties manage the funds, enabling the EBRD to raise corporate governance standards and to promote an entrepreneurial culture. EBRD’s significant support to its private equity fund managers accelerates the development and institutionalisation of the private equity industry in the region.
Private Equity Funds
Donor Supported Funds
The Bank is introducing new products in the developed equity markets. For example, Accession Mezzanine Fund is the first dedicated mezzanine finance fund for central and eastern Europe. Mezzanine finance is a form of risk capital that combines the characteristics of conventional bank lending with the potential of equity type returns. This financial instrument is expected to transfer substantial product knowledge not only at investee company level, but also more widely in the financial and legal community in the investee countries. By investing in this facility, the Bank will increase the possibilities of investments by providers of other forms of capital, which ultimately increases flexibility in financing available to local companies.
EBRD private equity funds represent, by different estimates, between one third and one half of all private equity activity in the region. The performance by the Bank’s funds thus represents a significant sample of the area’s asset class.
The Bank collects aggregate statistics on:
Results are collated annually.
The following results were presented at the Investor Forum:
Last updated 28 June 2010