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xFigureFinance is among the approved advisors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (#EBRD)

xFigureFinance is among the approved advisors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (#EBRD) in the Strategy sector, which covers the following activities: business assessment and strategic planning, research and search for strategic partners, M&A transactions.

For the business, this is an opportunity, subject to the company’s EBRD approval, to partially finance the cost of the consultancy service, and to increase the opportunities to grow their business by accessing external finance, a financial or strategic partner.

The service is suitable for companies ready to acquire or sell a business, raise capital by attracting an investor (strategic or financial) thereby expanding opportunities to enter a new market, attract a partner with the potential to add value to the current business or expand its horizon and scope. Our role in the process is to assess the opportunities, identify suitable partners, lead the process at each stage and finally negotiate the most appropriate terms for the business until the deal is finalized.

We prioritise transactions in the following sectors: investments for the acquisition of companies active in the renewable energy sector; courier services and last mile; IT sector.

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) was established in 1991 to contribute to the economic progress and support the transition to market-oriented economies of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The EBRD invests mainly in private enterprises, usually together with other commercial partners. EBRD funding for private sector projects typically ranges from EUR 5 million to EUR 250 million in the form of loans or equity. Focusing on private sector investment, the EBRD funds projects engaged in policy dialogue and providing technical advice that foster innovation and help build modern, competitive, well-managed, green, sustainable and integrated economies.

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