As stated by the EIB, Horizon Capital Growth Fund IV is a generalist fund supporting the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises active in Ukraine and Moldova.
Horizon Capital Growth Fund IV - USD 300m fund, providing growth and expansion capital in the form of equity and quasi-equity instruments in established, export-oriented companies and late-stage technology leaders with global and regional revenues benefitting from the significant pool of technical talent in Ukraine and Moldova. The project will have a significant impact on: (i) supporting job creation in Ukraine and Moldova, particularly among the youth; (ii) expanding the digitalisation of the countries; (iii) promoting and maintaining gender balance and gender smart practices within the fund and portfolio companies; (iv) increasing access to finance for MSMEs at a time where growth finance is and cost-prohibitive, further exacerbated by the current geopolitical turbulence; (v) raising ESG and corporate governance in portfolio companies.
As stated by Bloomberg, Horizon Capital LLP operates as a private equity firm. The Firm invests in lower middle markets, B2B services, and technology companies, as well as provides growth capital, operational investments, and support for buy-and-build strategies to help its portfolio companies. Horizon Capital serves customers in the United Kingdom.
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