Translated version of this PSD: Russian
The Fund will make equity and equity-related investments primarily in small and medium sized enterprises in financial infrastructure sector of Russia and the CIS, with the objective of achieving long term capital growth. The Bank’s participation will help mobilise additional private sector investment in the Fund.
The transition impact of the proposed project would come from the following areas: market expansion and development of financial infrastructure in Russia and the CIS, as well as from the demonstration effects from successful restructuring of investee companies and improving transparency and corporate governance standards in the investee companies.
Da Vinci Private Equity Fund II L.P., a Guernsey exempted limited partnership.
Commitment to invest up to USD 30 million.
Other investors are expected to include Russian and international institutional investors, as well as family offices.
The target size of the Fund is USD 200 million.
The Fund will be required to implement environmental procedures based on EBRD’s Environmental Procedures for Private Equity Funds which includes adherence to the FI Environmental Exclusion and Referral List, compliance by Investee companies with the applicable national environmental, health and safety and labour legislation, appointment of a member of senior management with overall responsibility for the implementation of environmental procedures, and submission of annual environmental reports to EBRD.
Oleg Jelezko, Managing Partner
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