Mezzanine fund launched for Baltics and Poland

Estonian financing provider BPM Capital has founded its first investment fund for the region, a €70m mezzanine fund called BPM Mezzanine Fund SICAV-SIF, SCA, reported national news agency LETA Friday.

With twin headquarters in both Tallinn and Warsaw, the fund intends to penetrate the capital market of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) with its offering of mezzanine and capital financing solutions in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.

According to lead partner Kalmer Kikas, the BPM Mezzanine Fund unites four partners with mezzanine funding experience and a network of contacts throughout the region.

While focusing primarily on SMEs, larger companies with high growth potential will also be targeted.

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