The proposed project consists of an IFC equity commitment in BlackPeak SEE Growth Equity Fund SCSp, a closed-end private equity fund domiciled in Luxembourg that will invest in small and mid-market growth capital transactions in the Southeast Europe Region (“SEE”).
The project will enable to increase in access to private equity capital for small/mid-market companies in SEE. It will also increase investees growth through the Fund Manager's value creation strategies. The project is expected to support a local manager in raising its first regional fund and progressively attracting capital from private institutional investors. The success of the manager could demonstrate the viability of PE growth equity and complement the PE ecosystem in the region.
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