Fenestra Suomi buys Domus window factory and starts hiring for its Loimaa site
* Factory to resume production in early April * Fenestra sees market for quality windows growing in the Nordics * Fenestra sees synergies as it now has production both in Finland and in Estonia Turku (Finland) – Fenestra Suomi has acquired assets of the bankrupt Finnish window manufacturer Domus. The...
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...