Original disclosure @ IFC website
Updated in EWS Nov 27, 2022
Disclosed by Bank Nov 18, 2022
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According to the Bank’s website, the proposed investment is for up to US$50 million, capped at 20% of total commitments, plus US$30m in a co-investment envelope, into Vinci Capital Partners IV, L.P. (“VCP IV” or the “Fund”), a growth equity fund targeting US$1B in commitments to make mid-market investments in Brazil. The Fund is managed by Vinci Capital Gestora de Recursos Ltda. (“Vinci” or the “Fund Manager”), a strong partner to CDF with differentiated strategy in the Brazilian mid-cap space. VCP IV is part of Vinci’s flagship private equity strategy and is the successor fund to several similar strategies pursued by Vinci since 2003.
The Fund will seek to make 8-12 investments in growth stage Brazilian companies, providing equity ticket sizes between US$70 million and US$90 million mostly control and control-oriented investments (50%- 80%) while opportunistically considering minority growth investments (30%- 50%) with strong control rights. VCP IV will be sector agnostic but will focus on industries where Vinci has developed expertise, namely: Healthcare, Consumer & Retail, Education, Financial Services, Technology, and Agribusiness. Within these sectors, Vinci will pursue investments across 5 key Brazil trends they identified: Digitalization, aging population, health & wellness, sustainability, and convenience seeking consumer base.
Head of Vinci Partners’ International Structuring and Investor Relations Team
Av. Bartolomeu Mitre, 336, 6º andar - Leblon 22431-002 Rio de Janeiro RJ Brazil
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