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Provectus Capital Partners new owner of Aviva Polyclinic

Fortenova group concluded the sale of the Aviva Polyclinic, one of the leading Croatian polyclinics, to the investment company Provectus Capital Partners (PCP). Aviva Polyclinic is a select healthcare provider for patients, companies and insurers, offering a wide range of services to more than 40,000 users in the areas of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. The polyclinic has over 40 years of tradition and is also one of the largest domestic private polyclinics with more than 80 employees.

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Provectus Capital Partners new owner of Aviva Polyclinic

Fortenova group concluded the sale of the Aviva Polyclinic, one of the leading Croatian polyclinics, to the investment company Provectus Capital Partners (PCP). Aviva Polyclinic is a select healthcare provider for patients, companies and insurers, offering a wide range of services to more than 40,000 users in the areas of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. The polyclinic has over 40 years of tradition and is also one of the largest domestic private polyclinics with more than 80 employees.

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Invera Equity Partners invests in the Museum of Illusion

Invera Equity Partners (IEP), an equity fund management company, has finalized its investment in Metamorfoza d.o.o (Croatia), including wholly (100%) owned subsidiaries in Hungary and the United States. The IEP thus acquired a majority (65%) stake in the company and undertook to increase the company's capital in the amount of EUR 3 million.

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Provectus Capital Partners (PCP) invests in Dental Polyclinic Arena

Provectus Capital Partners (PCP), a South East Europe focused investment firm, has invested in Polyclinic Arena, one of the leading polyclinics in the Republic of Croatia, making it PCP’s first investment in the dental sector.

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Quaestus sells Tvornica tekstila Trgovišće

After the sale of Vinkovci's Spačva, Quaestus Private Equity Fund, also sold the Trgovišće Textile Factory. In Quaestus, they confirmed the sale of a factory specializing in table and bed linen, emphasizing that the aforementioned company of Nikola Gadža, Sinago, has extensive experience in decorating and furnishing interiors in the hotel and retail industry, so it is logical that Gadža took it over. The transaction details are not known.

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Quaestus sells Spačva to Pervanovo

The company Pervanovo, which is owned by Pervanovo Invest, a Croatian entrepreneur from Sweden Darko Pervan, acquired a total of 98.68 percent of the shares of Drvna industrija Spačva on Tuesday through three purchase agreements and said that it would announce an offer to take over the Vinkovci company, the report from the Zagreb Stock Exchange states.

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Studenac acquires Bure Trgovina

Studenac, the main retail chain in the Adriatic, and portfolio company of the regional private equity fund Enterprise Investors, bought a 100 percent stake in Bure Trgovina d.o.o., a Biograd retail chain that operates in 29 retail stores in the Zadar County and employs 120 employees.

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Blue Sea Capital exits Piramida Investment

Blue Sea Capital, a regional private equity fund, has successfully completed the sale of its 100 percent ownership stake in Piramida, a leading Croatian manufacturer of glass pharmaceutical packaging, to Nipro PharmaPackaging International NV, a subsidiary of Nipro Corporation which has its headquarters in Japan.

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Swisscom Ventures invests USD 12.5 million in Cognism

British-Croatian startup Cognism has received a USD 12.5 million investment from the VC fund of Switzerland's largest telecom, Swisscom Ventures. With this new capital, Cognism plans to open offices across Europe and further invest in the development of its products.

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NTL: Studenac leaves the Association, estimated payment is 200M HRK (approx. 26,7M EUR)

Three years after taking over the Studenac retail chain, the Polish private equity fund Enterprise Investors has left the ownership structure of the National Retail Chain (NTL), in which it had a 20% stake.

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Provectus Capital Partners invests in Keindl Sport

Croatian private equity fund management company Provectus Capital Partners (Provectus) has made its first investments. In September 2021, Provectus has completed the first closing of EUR 56 million for the private equity fund Adriatic Structured Equity under their management.

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Fortenova grupa d.d. agrees to fully consolidate its position in A.N.P. Energija d.o.o.

After the recently announced acquisition of a 26% stake in A.N.P. Energija held by Prosperus FGS, Fortenova grupa has now agreed to acquire a further 39% stake in A.N.P. Energija owned by Inspire Investments d.o.o.

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Prosperus Growth Capital is ready for making new investments

Private equity fund Prosperus Growth Capital, one of the three funds under the CROGIP program, fundraised EUR 51 million from investors in the first closing.

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Prosperus exits from Energija Gradec and prepares exit from Hoteli Plat

In November 2020, Croatian private equity fund Prosperus FGS and Fortenova grupa d.d. (“Fortenova”) made two separate corporate transactions.

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Agrivi raises €4 million for its mission of digitization global agriculture

On November 17th, 2020. Croatia's first agricultural tech startup Agrivi with headquarters in London secured €4million in Series A funding round from South Central Ventures, the European Investment Fund (EIF), and the Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development(HBOR). Fil Rouge Capital and AgriTech Hub also participated in the round.

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Prosperus successfully exits Dalmacija hoteli

Prosperus successfully and profitably exited its investment in tourism amidst the pandemic, which hit the tourism business the hardest.

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EIF and HBOR invest in three equity funds in Croatia unlocking potential €205 million for local SMEs and Mid-Caps

The European Investment Fund (EIF) and Croatian Bank for reconstruction and Development (HBOR) will support three private equity funds in Croatia in unlocking up to €205 million of investments for development, growth, and improved international competitiveness of local SMEs and small Mid-Caps.

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