The team of A-Ventures Management Company was formed in 2005. The project portfolio of the Management Company was based on the assets from some private investors and holding companies. Some of the assets were later transferred to A-Ventures Management Company for strategic and operating management. Having successfully executed a number of projects and gained experience in certain areas of competence, the company started rendering various services to more new companies and launched new proprietary businesses.
Among the key areas of the management company’s activity are long-term business management, business development, distressed asset management and pre-bankruptcy situations, as well as the settlement of disputes with creditors. The main goals of asset management are the increase of current dividend sums, the growth of the shareholder value of assets; the increase of asset value and its liquidity.
Among the key clients of A-Ventures Management Company are commercial banks, direct investment funds, and individual business owners.
over 50 businesses
For the past 10 years we have managed
7 pre-bankrupt assets
have been successfully restructured
28 investment projects
Our clients have successfully, partly or completely, exited
over $500 million
Our clients -
shareholders have earned
The company renders services in the following areas:
Long-term asset management and development;
The company has extensive experience in the field of M&A involving the purchase and sales of assets, as well as debt restructuring and fund raising.
Rendering business management services to commercial banks and private players in difficult operating and/or pre-bankruptcy situations.
Using its experience in asset management, A-Ventures Management Company consults business owners concerning various matters connected with increasing the efficiency of businesses, cost reduction, and long-term strategy development.
The company has extensive experience in working both with minority or majority shareholders. Our services include protection from the misuse of funds and their withdrawal from companies, as well as the consolidation of shares.