Company Overview of Citi Venture Capital International
Citi Venture Capital International is a private equity firm specializing in restructuring and industry consolidations in developing markets. The firm seeks to invest in information technology services; business services; energy, metals and mining; retail; pharmaceuticals; technology, media and telecommunications; consumer; infrastructure; renewable energy; and financial services. It also focuses its investments in cross-border outsourcing, consumer demand driven industries, and infrastructure services such as energy and construction. The firm targets opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region including South East Asia, China, Hong Kong, India, and Taiwan; emerging European areas such as Centra...
43-45 Portman Square
London, W1H 6LY
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for Citi Venture Capital International
Chief Executive Officer Emeritus
Interim Chief Executive Officer
Managing Partner (Asia-Pacific)
Head of Private Equity-India
Managing Partner of Corridor Investments
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Citi Venture Capital International Key Developments
EEB Interested To Increase Stake In TGI
Dec 12 13
Empresa de Energia de Bogotá S.A. ESP (BVC:EEB) will seek to increase its 68.05% stake in Transportadora de Gas Internacional S.A E.S.P (TGI). EEB decided on December 11, 2013 to participate in the sale process of 31.92% in TGI, a stake that is currently held by Citi Venture Capital International. The decision is part of EEB's investment plan for the next four years, EEB said.
CVCI Reportedly Seeks To Sell Ness Technologies' Israeli Operations
Oct 31 13
Citi Venture Capital International (CVCI) reportedly seeks to sell Ness Technologies Inc.'s Israeli operations, which accounted for 40% of the company's revenue before its acquisition, and its global operations. The assessment was strengthened by Ness's announcement on October 30, 2013 of the reappointment of Shachar Efal, a former company President, to his old job. CVCI managers have reportedly been visiting Israel in the past few days. Efal, who will succeed Ofer Segev, served both as president of Ness Technologies Israel and as Chief Executive Officer of Ness Technologies, before leaving the company in mid-2008. Previous attempts to sell Ness Technologies Israel never materialized, mainly because of disagreements with potential buyers over the price. If the controlling shareholders again go seeking buyers, price will again be the main issue. Potential buyers will mainly be other Israeli and foreign IT service providers with business in Israel. Ness Technologies denies that its Israeli activity is up for sale and it also denies rumors that Segev was to be replaced as Chief Executive Officer of Ness Technologies. The company said, "Ofer Segev is staying in his job as Chief Executive Officer of Ness Technologies. CVCI representatives came to Israel for the quarterly board of directors meeting and for matters related to the appointment of Shachar Efal. As a private equity firm, it seeks to increase the value of the company in order to sell it for a profit when the time comes. Ness is not up for sale at this time."
Citi Venture Capital International Presents at The 7th Annual SuperReturn Middle East 2013, Oct-07-2013
Oct 3 13
Citi Venture Capital International Presents at The 7th Annual SuperReturn Middle East 2013, Oct-07-2013 . Venue: Fairmont Bab Al Bahr, P.O. Box 114304, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Speakers: Sunil Kumar Nair, Head of Private Equity-India, Managing Partner of India, Emerging Europe, Middle-East, Africa.
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