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Analytical Bulletin PREQVECA MONTHLY

Bulletin PREQVECA MONTHLY devoted to the Private equity industry and Venture financing in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and other CIS countries. The bulletin is published at the beginning of each calendar month.

The Russian version bulletin began publication in 2009 and has a relatively large audience among market participants in Russia and other CIS countries. In March 2010, we decided to offer market participants an English version of our bulletin.

Having subscribed to the bulletin, you will be informed of all developments in the youngest and most promising of the financial industries in Russia and CIS.

In particular, in the bulletin agency publishes statistics on the industry of PE&VC. The industry data can be divided into two parts: "General Statistics" and "Current Statistics".
The first part contains aggregate data on monthly and quarterly basis. Besides, all data is given in the context of development stages (portfolio companies), industries, countries, rounds of financing and types of deals. The second part presents detailed data on the previous month: launches of funds, enters and exits of funds.

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  • IN FOCUS: Going digital: developments in Russia and around the world
  • "Runas exit". F5 Networks acquires NGINX
  • "Investment Chemistry". RUSNANO creates a RUB 7 bln fund RUSNANO-SYNTHESIS
  • "Stuck in the moment." Elbrus Capital still hopes for HeadHunter IPO in New York
  • "In RVC track". Fund of funds QazTech Ventures emerges in Kazakhstan
  • "In RDIF footsteps. A sovereign PE fund is launched in Kazakhstan
  • RDIF will help Kyrgyzstan set up a sovereign fund
  • IN FOCUS: What will PE&VC market be like after Baring Vostok
  • "The first reaction from abroad". US may boycott SPIEF over Calvey
  • End-to-end investment. iTech and Skolkovo acquired a stake in end-to-end analytics
  • "Fingers burned on banks." East Capital leaves Loko Bank
  • "A new American LP". EPAM invests in GO Philly Fund
  • "FAS takes a hard line." The regulator does not approve the sale of Novomet-Perm
  • IN FOCUS: Developments around Baring Vostok in a nutshell
  • TOP NEWS: Nasper brings Avito stake close to 100%
  • TOP NEWS: Horizon Capital put together its third fund of $200 mln.
  • No IPO for the first one. RVC launches second Pre-IPO Fund
  • Endless cycle fund. IIDF has a new operation model
  • Cross-pollination. RJIF invests in two Russian banks
  • Distinctly continental. UCP exits Modny Continent