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Genesis Capital to launch a new private equity fund with a target size of EUR 150 million

Genesis Capital, one of the largest private equity groups in Central Europe, is preparing to launch a new fund, Genesis Private Equity Fund IV (GPEF IV); the sixth private equity fund of Genesis Capital in the 20 years since its establishment. In a similar manner to its predecessors, GPEF IV will also focus on investments into small and medium-sized enterprises with high growth potential in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and Austria. The fund’s target size is EUR 150 million and its first closing is expected at the beginning of 2021.


Genesis Capital Newsletter 01/2020

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KKCG Group sells largest Czech call centre, Conectart, to Genesis Capital Group

Karel Komárek's KKCG investment group has sold the largest operator of contact centres in the Czech Republic. Conectart, which now operates call centres in eight towns in the country, employing over a thousand operators, will become part of the portfolio of the Genesis Private Equity Fund III (GPEF III) of the Genesis Capital group. The transaction is expected to be concluded in the summer and is subject to approval by the Office for the Protection of Competition.


HR changes in Genesis Capital

Genesis Capital Equity, a private equity firm within the Genesis Capital group, has the pleasure to announce that the position of Managing Partner is now held by Ondřej Vičar who has been working for Genesis Capital since 2007. He replaces Jan Tauber who founded Genesis Capital more than 20 years ago and developed it into one of the biggest players in the field of private equity in Central Europe. The change among management represents the conclusion of the natural succession process within the group and is also done in the context of the planned launch of a new fund – Genesis Private Equity Fund IV. The process involves a series of other promotions within the investment team.


Genesis and Espira join V4C in Summa Linguae Technologies

Private equity firms Genesis Capital and ESPIRA Investments have acquired an interest in V4C’s investment in Summa Linguae Technologies, the Warsaw New Connect listed multilingual data management company.


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