The proposed project is a regional private equity fund with a target size of EUR 100 million. The Fund will invest with the objective of providing investors with significant long-term capital returns through private, directly negotiated investments in companies operating primarily in South Eastern Europe.
Transition impact comes from demonstration effects through sound investments in South East Europe. The Fund manager is expected to adopt a hands-on approach by taking positions on boards of portfolio companies and transferring technical expertise to the portfolio companies. Through the significant involvement of the team, the Fund is expected to contribute towards the transfer of vital investment skills to local managers based in the region.
7L Capital Partners Emerging Europe LP is a private equity fund to be established as a Guernsey limited liability partnership. 7L Capital Partners Emerging Europe Ltd, a Guernsey limited liability company, will be the Fund Manager and will provide advice and assistance with respect to investment decisions and other activities of the Fund.
Commitment to invest up to EUR 15 million in the equity of the Fund, subject to the size of the Fund. The co-financing is expected from a range of institutional, governmental and private investors.
Target size of the Fund is EUR 100 million.
The Fund will adopt and implement the Bank’s Environmental Procedures for Private Equity Funds. In implementing these procedures, the Fund will assess potential environmental issues associated with its investments which are required to comply, at a minimum, with national standards for environment, health, safety and labour.
Mr. Aristides C. Fronistas, Managing Director
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