Meeting with Da Vinci Capital

On July 2, a meeting was held between N. Abdymomunov, General Director of Samruk-Kazyna Invest LLP and Oleg Zhelezko, Managing Partner of Da Vinci Capital. During the meeting, the possibilities of cooperation for the implementation of joint investment projects in the field of IT-technologies, the development of urban systems of automated video surveillance, telemedicine, as well as agriculture (potato processing) and the baby food industry were discussed. The parties agreed to continue cooperation and exchange of information in order to select specific projects for subsequent implementation.

Da Vinci Capital is a leading independent investment manager set up in 2007 to make mid-market private equity investments in CEE countries and other emerging markets.

Da Vinci Capital provides a strong mix of fund management experience, sectoral expertise and entrepreneurial capacity. Our team comes from leading international firms such as Renaissance Capital, Credit Suisse, McKinsey, Rosta, Accenture, and Allianz. Collectively, they bring a solid track record in private equity, investment banking, and company operations. 

Da Vinci Capital has more than $ 300 million under management in the following funds: Fund I, Fund II, Pre-IPO Fund and co-investment funds.

The portfolio of funds managed by Da Vinci Capital includes, in particular, shares in the B2B-Center electronic trading system, First Collection Bureau, the ITI Group financial and technological group, Softline, a global provider of IT services, and a diversified platform for independent ITI asset managers. Funds, Gett's global taxi ordering service and DataArt IT solutions developer. Recent exits from investments include EPAM (NYSE: EPAM) and Moscow Exchange (MCX: MOEX).

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