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Kartesia Credit Opportunities V

Kartesia Credit Opportunities V

Privately-owned European specialist for financing small and middle-market companies. Kartesia provides long-term liquidity and credit solutions following a fundamental and disciplined approached, based on their knowledge of the European small and mid-cap corporate market and their extensive professional network.

Details

Year of investment: 2021
Compartment: European growth capital
Locations: London/UK; Brussels/BE; Madrid/SP; Paris/FR; Frankfurt/DE; Leudelange/LU;
Website: https://www.kartesia.com

Actera Partners III

Actera Partners III

Private equity firm dedicated to investments in Turkey with assets under management exceeding US$3.3 billion.

Details

Year of investment: 2018
Compartment: European growth capital
Liaison office: Istanbul, Turkey
Website: http://acteragroup.com/

EMZ 9

EMZ 9

Specialist fund investing alongside founders, family shareholders and managers willing to acquire or consolidate the control of their capital. Invested € 3.4 billion since 1999.

Details

Year of investment: 2019
Compartment: European growth capital
Headquarters: Paris, France
Website: https://emzpartners.com

Mentha Capital Fund VI

Mentha Capital Fund VI

Independent private equity firm active in the lower end of the mid-market in the Netherlands and Flanders, Belgium.

Details

Year of investment: 2019
Compartment: European growth capital
Headquarters: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Website: https://www.menthacapital.com

Armada Fund V

Armada Fund V

Independent credit-financing provider investing in small and mid-sized companies with a focus on Northern Europe. Established in 2000, Armada has invested in more than 40 companies from funds with a combined capital base exceeding EUR 400 million.

Details

Year of investment: 2019
Compartment: European growth capital
Headquarters: Helsinki, Finland
Website: https://armadacredit.com

Mid Europa Fund V

Mid Europa Fund V

Leading buyout investor focused on the growth markets of Central and Eastern Europe with over €5.2 billion of funds raised and managed since inception.

Details

Year of investment: 2018
Compartment: European growth capital
Offices: Bucharest, Budapest, Istanbul, London and Warsaw
Website: https://www.mideuropa.com

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Deal allocation policy

In its advisory activity, the EIF is subject to internal obligations to identify, prevent, manage and monitor conflicts of interest in order to prevent such conflicts from adversely affecting the interests of counterparts. The EIF’s procedures strive to ensure that each counterpart is treated fairly, equitably and in a transparent manner.

Standard process

All proposed equity transactions are subject to a standard deal allocation process.

Investment preferences

Counterparts have an opportunity to participate in a transaction if this is aligned with the relevant investment preferences and parameters.

Interest of counterparts

The EIF acts in the best interest of its counterparts while allocating participation in its transactions.

Investment strategy

Investment decisions are made in accordance with the counterpart’s investment strategy (including risk appetite, restrictions and preferences) as defined in model portfolios developed for new investment mandates.

Equal treatment allocation

No third party mandate receives preferential allocation treatment over another. Some clients may, however, receive priority access based on the nature of their investment strategy (e.g.direct call, existing relationship with the fund).

Documentation

Allocation decisions are appropriately documented at all times.

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