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GED bets on startups and creates its new fund, Conexo

The Spanish manager GED takes another step in the diversification of its strategy and adds a new line of business. As the Economist has learned, the firm has just launched a new vehicle, Conexo, focused on the venture capital business (seed capital). Through it, GED will select about 20 companies in the Iberian Peninsula in which it will invest in order to grow and expand its business globally.

However, they do not rule out making any of these investments in startups in other countries based on market opportunities. This new vehicle has an objective size of between 40 and 50 million […]

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GED Capital joins the shareholders of HABOCK

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Procubitos and Cubers Premium join to create the largest ice making group in Europe

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GED acquires Vitro Group

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GED acquires the company GTT from Realza Capital in a Secondary Buy-out operation

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GED acquires Asturias based company Cubers Premium

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GED reaches an agreement to acquire Aragon based company Araven

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GED Infrastructure sells its stake in parking and services company, Empark

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GED acquires 71% of Galician company DISCEFA

By |June 15th, 2016|News|Comments Off on GED acquires 71% of Galician company DISCEFA

GED sale de Aleastur y traspasa el 30% de Metro Ligero Oeste

Link to the news in Capital&Corporate

By |April 5th, 2016|News|Comments Off on GED sale de Aleastur y traspasa el 30% de Metro Ligero Oeste