September 01, 2014 5:21 AM ET

Capital Markets

Company Overview of Small Enterprise Growth Fund

Company Overview

The Small Enterprise Growth Fund (SEGF) is out of business. SEGF is a fund which invests in closed corporations or corporations listed on the stock exchange that are not actively traded. The SEGF uses a small percentage of the fund to invest in Internet related start-ups. It will also consider investments in projects with either high growth potential or predictable growth. The SEGF always seeks co-investors. The firm is based in Argentina.

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Key Executives for Small Enterprise Growth Fund

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