NBGI Private Equity

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NBGI Private Equity Limited
Limited Company
Industry Financial services
Founded 2000 (2000)
Headquarters London, England, United Kingdom
Area served
Europe
Key people
Pavlos Stellakis (CEO and chairman of the management board)
Products Private equity funds, Venture capital, Growth capital, Investments
Number of employees
45[1]
Parent National Bank of Greece[2]
Website NBGIPE.com

NBGI Private Equity is the National Bank of Greece's European private equity and venture capital investment firm, founded in 2000. The firm typically invests in a deal size between £5 million ($9.40 million) and £50 million ($94.09 million) with an equity investment between £2 million ($3.2 million) and £15 million ($24.05 million).[3]As of 2016, it was sold to and is now managed by Deutsche Bank.

NBGI Private Equity's funds invest in a range of different private equity sectors including lower mid-market buy-outs, growth capital for small and medium-sized companies, venture capital for technology businesses and real estate. It has offices in London, Manchester, Paris, Athens, Istanbul, Sofia and Bucharest.

The Management Board of NBGI Private Equity are: Pavlos Stellakis (Chairman and CEO); Mark Owen (Director);Stratos Chatzigiannis (Director); Omiros Millas (Investment Director in the SEE Fund); Orestis Millas (Investment Director); Yannis Voyatzis.

NBGI Private Equity manages funds focusing on many different sectors and geographies across Europe.

In 2015 National Bank of Greece announced it will sell NBGI.[4] In 2016 the transaction selling it to Deutsche Bank was completed.[5]

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