EMSA Capital is pleased to announce additions to its management structure. Marko Mitrovic, one of EMSA’s founders, has returned to the firm as Director, following a sabbatical during which he wrote a book and worked on a project in his home country. Tomas Holly and Anton Forint have been promoted to Directors, while Tomas will also function as the firm’s CFO.
Dorian Macovei, one of its Founding Partners and Senior Investment Director since inception, has been appointed as the new Managing Director of EMSA Capital. Dorian brings extensive regional experience, outstanding leadership and a successful investment track record to the role.
EMSA Capital is proud to inform that it has gained approval of the Romanian Competition Council to complete its investment in Aplast.
We are pleased to inform you that EMSA Capital has successfully completed the investment in Bravo Europa.
In the 1870’s when the British Empire was the epicenter of the financial universe, the Editor of The Economist, Walter Bagehot observed “In England, after a great (credit) calamity, everyone is suspicious of everybody. As soon as that calamity is forgotten, everybody again confides in everybody”.
Bonbonetti becomes a European brand and looks forward to significant investments.
The last big Hungarian chocolate factory, Bonbonetti Group announced the beginning of a strategic partnership with the world’s 15th most significant confectionery company, Roshen Confectionery Corporation this spring.
William Morrow strengthens the team by assuming an advisory role to the CEE Special Situation Fund.
Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank AG (OeEB) which is the Development Bank of Austria, has committed a significant amount to EMSA Capital’s CEE Special Situations Fund.
The CEE Special Situations Fund, managed by EMSA Capital, is pleased to announce that it has acquired 100% of the Enterprise of Żywiecka Fabryka Sprzętu Szpitalnego Famed S.A., including Żywiec Medical Trading Sp. z o. o., from the Court Receiver.
EMSA Capital announced today the first closing of CEE Special Situation Fund, a €200 million fund focused on making capital investments in the Central and Eastern Europe and the CIS region.