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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: St. Petersburg real estate
  • Building in St. Petersburg. Investors from Kazakhstan launch a real estate fund
  • Shopping in St. Petersburg. US funds will fight for Nevsky Center
  • Flying half-way. Russian Helicopters complete first stage of equity sale
  • Bankers buy in bulk. EBRD railroad company will join top-5 of the largest private rail car owners in Ukraine
  • Trends: System LPs. Venture Capital industry will be getting more institutional
  • Venture St. Petersburg Smolny and the largest bank in town become VC investors
  • Investment by installment. BVCP announced a fintech deal
  • Slide films for Americans. IIDF invests in Cinemmod
  • Out of tickets. Oktogo getting ready to winding-up?
  • Ukraine: Concorde Capital launches two funds
  • "Under sanctions." Sanctions continue to cripple PE segment
  • "Venture compensation". Falling number of PE funds is offset by growth in VC funds
  • "Equalized". The average size of VC funds is approaching that of PE funds
  • "The end of an era". The era of regional venture funds is over before it started
  • "State PE&VC". The volumes and the number of new funds is growing due to state participation
  • "A hopeless position". The volume and number of exits dropped sharply to 2010-2011 levels
  • PE&VC in the CIS: a glimmer of life