Baring Vostok’s funds have also invested in companies operating in other interesting sectors of the economy, such as construction materials, residential real estate development, and others. Since 1996, Baring Vostok funds have invested over $300 million in six companies.
Ecodolie

Ecodolie

A leading developer of low-rise residential real estate in Russia’s regions

Other projects

News

11 April 2019

Media Statement.

Baring Vostok welcomes the decision to release Michael Calvey to house arrest.
10 April 2019

Media Statement.

BVCP statement regarding pre-trial detention of Ivan Zyuzin, Vagan Abgaryan and Maxim Vladimirov.
10 April 2019

Media Statement.

Baring Vostok welcomes the applications made by the Investigative Committee for Michael Calvey and Alexey Kordichev to be transferred to house arrest, and hopes that the court will give due consideration to the applications.
09 April 2019

Media Statement.

BVCP statement regarding Philippe Delpal’s pre-trial detention.
22 March 2019

Media Statement.

Regarding lawsuit filed by Finvision Holdings.
02 March 2019

Media Statement.

Baring Vostok Capital Partners announces that following an appeal hearing on the pre-trial detention of BVCP Partner Philippe Delpal, the Moscow Municipal Court refused to change the form of detention for Mr Delpal to house arrest. BVCP intends to appeal this decision in higher instance courts.
28 February 2019

Media Statement.

Baring Vostok Capital Partners announces that following an appeal hearing on the pre-trial detention of BVCP Founder Michael Calvey, the Moscow Municipal Court refused to change the form of detention for Mr Calvey to house arrest. BVCP intends to appeal this decision in higher instance courts.
27 February 2019

Media Statement.

Baring Vostok Capital Partners announces that following appeal hearings regarding the pre-trial detention of BVCP Investment Director Ivan Zyuzin and Partner Philippe Delpal, the Moscow Municipal Court rejected a motion to amend the detention of Ivan Zyuzin, while Philippe Delpal’s hearings were rescheduled to 1 March. BVCP intends to appeal the court’s decision regarding Ivan Zyuzin in higher courts.