EBRD is considering providing an equity commitment of up to EUR 10 million to BPM Mezzanine Fund (the “Fund”), an investment fund to be established as a partnership limited by shares.
The Fund will provide mezzanine financing with equity participation features primarily to small and medium sized enterprises (“SMEs”) in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland (the “Target Region”).
EBRD’s potential investment will support the development of a new investment team and will facilitate the expansion of the mezzanine market in the Target Region. It will provide long term growth capital primarily to SMEs, a segment of the economy which remains underserved by the financial markets.
The project is also expected to contribute to the promotion of best practices in corporate governance in funds and investee companies.
BPM Capital OÜ, a limited liability company registered in Estonia.
The Bank is proposing to make an equity commitment of up to EUR 10 million.
The Fund is targeting EUR 50 million in aggregate investor commitments at final closing
Categorized FI. The Fund will be required to comply with the EBRD's Performance Requirement 2 (Labour and Working Conditions) and Performance Requirement 9 (Financial Intermediaries).
The Fund will be required to adhere to the EBRD's Environmental and Social Exclusion and Referral lists, implement the EBRD’s Environmental and Social Procedures for Active Equity Investments and submit annual environmental and social reports to EBRD.
Mr Kalmer Kikas (Managing Partner)
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