INVL BALTIC SEA GROWTH FUND HOLDS FIRST CLOSING AT EUR 106 MILLION
INVL Asset Management, one of Lithuania’s leading asset management companies, completed a first closing of the INVL Baltic Sea Growth Fund, a closed-end private equity fund intended for professional investors, at EUR 106 million. The INVL Baltic Sea Growth Fund became the largest private equity investment fund in the Baltic...
2018 was a record year for the Baltic transaction market
2018 was a record year for the Baltic transaction market, both by number of transactions announced and total disclosed value. The impressive results call for a closer look at the highlights of the year and a review of major trends and developments in Baltics and Belarus: https://bit.ly/2Tw5enz
Practica Capital launches new venture capital fund to invest in the Baltic ventures
Practica Capital announces €22m first close of Practica Venture Capital II fund, which will invest in the Baltic innovation- and technology-driven ventures. Invega has committed €15m of public funds with the rest committed by Practica Capital team and a number of other local and international investors. The fund will make...
BaltCap about to establish a new €100m fund focusing on the Nordic and Baltic region
BaltCap together with JBIC IG Partners, a Japanese government backed privateequity and venture capital firm, will establish a new €100m fund focusing onventure capital investments in the Nordic and Baltic region. JB Nordic Ventures, 50/50 joint venture between BaltCap and JBIC IG, will focus on early stage investments into ICT/Deep...
Deloitte Announced 50 the Fastest Growing Technology Companies in Central Europe
This year, 10 countries contribute companies to the Fast 50: Poland (18), Lithuania (8), Czech Republic (7), Croatia (7), Slovakia (3), Hungary (2), Latvia (2), Estonia, Romania and Bosnia & Herzegovina (1 each) Yet again, the speed of growth among Central Europe’s most dynamic technology companies continues to accelerate. Average...
Scoro, a Business Management Software Platform, Closes $5.2 Million Funding Round Led By Livonia Partners
Business management platform Scoro has closed a $5.2 million Series A round led by Livonia Partners with participation from existing investors Inventure and Tera Ventures. Established in 2013, the all-in-one business management software combines work management with sales and billing, supporting teams across their entire workflow. The platform helps professional...