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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: "Replacement for EBRD". VEB to amend their investment memorandum
  • IN FOCUS: Russian biofunds boost investment abroad
  • The third Runa. Runa Capital puts together their third fund
  • "Investments with a British accent." Baring Vostok invests in Skyeng
  • "Under sanctions." VC fund DFJ-VTB Aurora is closed
  • The economy of tomorrow, or what does Mars have to do with it
  • "State PE&VC". The market lives off the government support
  • "PE segment is shrinking". The market saw no new private funds focused on Russia
  • "Investor appetite is reduced." VC market dipped across the board
  • Disappointment of the year: Agribusiness
  • "Only strategists remained. Sale to strategists is the only exit opportunity
  • "Venture to exit". VC dominate exit deals
  • "Distress and technology." Relevant for Ukraine
  • Kazakhstan: sanctuary for public PE
  • IN FOCUS: Venture to exit
  • "Cleaning up the market." AddVenture once again invests in the cleaning service Qlean at five times higher valuation
  • "RVC and VEB are flying into space." Development institutions together with Roscosmos will launch a venture fund
  • Fitch sees a risk of default for Orient Express Bank
  • "Moving out of property." Foreign investors withdraw money from Russian real estate