Translated version of this PSD: Armenian
Investment in an Armenia focused private equity fund (the "Fund").
The potential project forms part of the Small and Medium Enterprise Finance and Advice Facility (the "Facility"), a joint initiative between EBRD and the European Union focused on private sector
development in Armenia and, specifically, improving access to finance for Armenian SMEs.
Diversify the financing solutions available to SMEs in Armenia whilst achieving long-term capital growth by delivering equity and quasi-equity financing to companies in the country.
The Transition Impact of the project is derived from addressing the lack of equity financing available to Armenian SMEs, improving corporate governance in local SMEs and building local private equity
investment management capacity.
TO BE DEFINED
The Fund will be managed by Amber Capital, a London-based investment firm, supported by a dedicated team in Armenia.
EBRD Finance Summary
EBRD is considering an investment of up to USD 5 million in the Fund.
Total Project Cost
The Fund is targeting total commitments of up to USD 40 million.
Environmental and Social Summary
Categorised FI (2014). The Fund will be required to comply with EBRD's Performance Requirements 2, 4 and 9, adopt and implement EBRD Environmental and Social Procedures for Active Equity
Funds and submit Annual Environmental and Social Reports to the Bank.
Company Contact Information
+374 55 231700
Amber Capital CJSC, Imperium Plaza Business Centre, Amiryan 4/7, Yerevan 001, Armenia
For business opportunities or procurement, contact the client company.
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