According to the bank's website, Horizon Capital Growth Fund II, L.P. is a private equity fund investing in Ukraine-based assets, managed by Horizon Capital. The funding objective is to support the first such secondary transaction in Ukraine to provide existing investors, including FMO which made a $20 million commitment to EEGF II in 2008, the opportunity to continue to back the portfolio for a period of up to 5 years plus two one-year extensions. The portfolio continues to be managed by Horizon Capital and benefits from significant additional follow-on capital raised during this process.
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