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Investment Process

Our investment process starts with deal sourcing where we meet our potential investees, receive initial information required to prepare documentation and move to our next phase - internal analysis. Our team debates each opportunity based on initial information gathered and initial interactions with key decision-makers of our target.

Once the framework agreement had been reached, we move to sign a term sheet, reflecting key parameters of the future deal; we simultaneously enter into due-diligence.

Meeting and info sharing
Analysis and
discussions
Term
sheet
Due
diligence
Closing

We invest from

$ 10+

m
equity to finance growth and development of the company

Work Principles

We are a generalist fund investing $3-30m in private enterprises sponsored by non-politically affiliated shareholders with the excellent business reputations

We work with founders to create win-win deal structures allowing us to meet our return requirements and at the same time ensuring that our partners meet their own goals

We incorporate environmental, social and governance issues into every stage of analysis and investment decision-making process

We invest from

$ 10+

m
equity to finance growth and development of the company

Our Added Value

  • Corporate governance implementation and improvement
  • Recruitment and motivation of top-management and independent directors
  • Implementation of strategic planning process
  • Improvement of financial management, internal control and compliance
  • Advice on optimal capital structure and support in securing additional funding (debt or equity)
  • Preparation of the company for a successful exit
  • Our Target
  • Has running business (not a startup or greenfield)
  • With market-validated business model and proven earning ability
  • Needs growth capital to fund new equipment, entry to new markets, M&A etc.
  • Our Share
  • Minority (up to 50% -1 share)
  • The majority shareholder remains to lead the business
  • Participation through the Board
  • Veto rights on key decisions to protect minority rights
  • Our Exit
  • In 4-7 years since investment
  • Joint sale of the whole business to a strategic investor is a priority
  • IPO
  • Other options case by case