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WHO WE ARE

DECA Investments AIFM (“DECA”) is an Alternative Investments Fund Manager (“AIFM”) regulated by the Hellenic Capital Markets Committee. DECA manages DIORAMA Investments Sicar S.A. (“Diorama”).

THE FUND

Diorama is a generalist growth capital private equity fund, regulated by Luxembourg’s Capital Markets Commission (CSSF). The Fund has a 10-year term and an investment period of 3-5 years.

INVESTOR BASE

Diorama has a diverse and high quality investor base, which includes a well-respected anchor investor, financial institutions, family offices and professional investors. Members of the investment team have long-standing relations with the fund’s investors.

ABOUT US

DECA operates under a model corporate governance structure, with independent investment decision making mechanism under a comprehensive investment, approval and risk-management framework, of the highest standards. In addition, DECA follows a thorough investment process that comprises several distinct stages including the sourcing of potential investments, investment analysis & valuation, investment and approval committee review, transaction closing, active portfolio management and exit.

DIORAMA Investments SICAR, S.A. ("Diorama") invests primarily in eligible Greek SMEs, which satisfy strict investment criteria: attractive sector dynamics, management quality and integrity, strong fundamentals and, obviously, growth potential.

Provide fuel for growth… Diorama provides capital to some of the most promising SMEs, through equity or equity-like instruments. The investment team works together with the management team of portfolio companies in order to produce attractive long-term results.

aiming at strategic minority stakes… Diorama prefers to obtain significant influence over absolute control and normally acquires significant minority stakes in the range of 10%-40%. Greek SMEs tend to rely significantly on the founders/ owners who normally possess a deep knowledge of the market, sector, customers, suppliers and key employees. As most owners will have the majority of their net worth tied in the companies, they will have a strong incentive for the companies to prosper.

in dynamic sectors… Diorama seeks investment opportunities in situations where the combination of management quality, sector dynamics and the fundamentals of the particular company indicate that the expected risk-adjusted return is attractive. Diorama is interested in a wide spectrum of sectors, with a focus on companies that have a proven track record, strong export orientation, import substitution capability, unutilized capacity and / or price appreciation potential.

with a hands-on approach… Diorama takes an active management approach with portfolio companies, using value-adding actions in order to improve operational efficiency, governance and discipline. Diorama’s efforts are complemented by the presence of operating advisors, professionals with extensive sector experience.

and a clear, three-fold exit strategy… Diorama has three alternative exit strategies, which may be used individually or in combination: (i) a trade sale of the portfolio company, (ii) a listing of the portfolio company in a Stock Exchange and (iii) a put option agreement either to the company or to the majority shareholder.

The members of the investment team have previously held senior positions in the financial sector and have more than 100 years of combined and complementary experience in the corporate, investment banking, capital markets and private equity markets, both in Greece and abroad. They have worked with many large and medium size Greek companies and they share an extensive knowledge of the SME sector. The team’s experience and strong network aided by a Board of distinguished personalities provide an edge for sourcing investments.

Board of Directors

  1. Panagiotis Alexakis, Chairman
  2. Nicos Koulis, Vice President, CEO
  3. Kyriakos Riris, Member
  4. Nicos Aliprantis, Member
  5. Ioannis Kalantzis, Member
  6. Alexandros Katsouridis, Member

Funds Advised

FUNDS ADVISED BY DECA INVESTMENTS

Fund

DIORAMA Investments SICAR S.A.

Raised in

2014

Size

1st Closing Completed Nov. 2014
2nd Closing Completed May 2016

Investment profile

Growth Capital Investments for Greek SMEs. Generalist.

Investment Team

NEWS & EVENTS

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DECA Investments AIFM, the exclusive investment manager of Diorama Investments SICAR (“Diorama” or the “Fund”), announced the completion of the Fund’s seventh investment: the acquisition of a strategic minority equity position in Lariplast S.A. (“Lariplast” or the “Company”) for a consideration of five million four hundred thousand euros.

Lariplast, which was founded in 1969, produces plastic cups and lids mainly used in the consumption of cold and hot beverages. Yiannis Tserepas, Lariplast’s CEO, is the second generation management having taken over the helm in a young age and having managed to transform the Company from a small local player to one of the largest companies in this sector in Greece. Moreover, he expanded Lariplast’s presence abroad through both exports and the establishment of a production facility outside of Greece. The Company currently operates two production facilities: one in Larissa, Greece and one in Marles, in North-Eastern France. Lariplast exports in 20 countries, with more than 70% of total sales outside of Greece.

Yiannis Tserepas, CEO of Lariplast stated: “Lariplast through this agreement shields the strong foundations the Company has already built in Greece and abroad. As a result, the Company targets further growth and an expansion of its international profile. We remain focused on the expansion of our international presence and committed to our strategy «we produce – we export – we profit – we invest».

Konstantinos Dermanis, Partner of DECA Investments AIFM stated: «We are especially happy with our investment in Lariplast, a company with strong management, high growth rates and significant international profile. Lariplast is one of the very few Greek companies that have built production facilities in a Western European country, having today one of the most modern factories in the sector. Diorama’s investment will be used for the expansion of the Company’s production facilities, allowing Lariplast to serve a larger number of clients in more countries. We believe that together with our help, Lariplast could become an important regional player in Europe”.

The investment in Lariplast is the seventh investment of Diorama. The existing investments in Diorama’s portfolio include the production of adhesive tapes (Atlas Tapes), the processing and packaging of tomato based products (Damavand), music streaming and digital advertising in mobile applications (InternetQ), the production of gable top cartons and spouts (Adam Pack), the design, production and distribution of women’s apparel, purses, shoes and accessories (Axel Accessories) and digital payments (Viva Wallet Holdings).

Diorama Investments SICAR is a growth fund with EUR 135 mn commitments established in Luxembourg in September 2014. Its goal is to make equity investments, usually through a capital increase, to Greek small and medium enterprises. Diorama’s shareholders comprise prominent Greek and international investors including the European Investment Fund, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank.

Diorama is managed by DECA Investments AIFM, which is regulated by the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission.

This investment benefits from the support of the European Union under the Equity Facility for Growth established under regulation (EU) No 1287/2013 of the European Parliament and the Council establishing a Program for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and small and medium enterprises (COSME) (2014-2020).

This investment benefits from the European Fund for Strategic Investments, one of the pillars of the Investment Plan for Europe. The Investment Plan for Europe focuses on strengthening European investments to create jobs and growth.

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DECA Investments AIFM, the exclusive investment manager of Diorama Investments SICAR (“Diorama” or the “Fund”), announces the additional investment of the Fund in Damavand SA (“Damavand” or the “Company”), of EUR 8mn through a share capital increase. Following this investment Diorama will be the majority owner of Damavand.

Damavand is a growing Greek company involved in the processing of agricultural products, mainly tomato and fruit. This is a sector in which Greece enjoys a significant competitive advantage. Damavand is one of the largest companies in the sector, with significant growth prospects and strong export orientation. The investment will enable Damavand to increase substantially its production, use its competitive advantage afforded by its geographic position, increase substantially its revenues and exports and enhance its competitive position internationally.

Ms. Christina Karachaliou, Damavand’s Chief Executive Officer stated: “At a time when the demand from our clientele is showing a remarkable growth it is important that the company copes with it successfully. Our corporate goal is to respond promptly to all challenges. This has always been our philosophy for the benefit of all the people with whom we became family on this journey.”

John Kalantzis, DECA Investments AIFM CIO stated: “Our decision to invest in Damavand two years ago was based on the attractiveness of the sector, the excellent geographic location of the plant and the quality of the Company’s clientele. Despite the significant worsening of the yield of the tomato crop in the last year, which damaged the whole sector, the Company and the sector remain attractive. The acceptance of Damavand by premium multinational companies and its successful penetration of global markets requires that the company strengthens its capital base. Our additional capital contribution will support the Company’s growth and will provide further comfort to our farmers suppliers for the development of tomato cultivation.”

Diorama has so far invested in five companies. Apart from Damavand, the other portfolio companies are involved in the production and trading of adhesive tapes and other packaging material (Atlas Tapes), the digital music streaming and the digital advertising in mobile applications (InternetQ), the fresh milk packaging (Adam Pack) and the production and distribution of women’s apparel, purses, shoes and accessories (Axel Accessories).

Diorama Investments SICAR is a growth fund with EUR 135mn commitments established in Luxembourg in September 2014. Its goal is to make equity investments, usually through a capital increase, to Greek small and medium enterprises. Diorama’s shareholders comprise prominent Greek and international investors including the European Investment Fund, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank. Diorama is managed by DECA Investments AIFM, which is regulated by the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission.

This investment benefits from the support of the European Union under the Equity Facility for Growth established under regulation (EU) No 1287/2013 of the European Parliament and the Council establishing a Program for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and small and medium enterprises (COSME) (2014-2020).

This investment benefits from the European Fund for Strategic Investments, one of the pillars of the Investment Plan for Europe. The Investment Plan for Europe focuses on strengthening European investments to create jobs and growth.

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DECA Investments AIFM, the exclusive investment manager of Diorama Investments SICAR (“Diorama” or the “Fund”), announced the completion of the Fund’s fifth investment: the acquisition of a strategic minority equity position in Axel Accessories S.A. (“Axel” or the “Company”) for a consideration of six million euros.

Axel, which was founded in 1999 by Ifigeneia Koutsouveli and Kostantinos Lagoumakis, is engaged in the design, production and distribution of women’s apparel, purses, shoes and accessories. The Company is based in Thessaloniki and employs 114 people. It has eleven retail stores in Greece and a strong international presence with sales in 45 countries. In 2016 it generated €15 million revenues of which nearly 50% were exports.

The investment in Axel fits Diorama’s strategy: making equity investments in growing, extrovert Greek companies. Diorama’s objective is to help the investee companies become important players in the international arena.

Kostas Lagoumakis co-founder and CEO of Axel stated: “The investment by Diorama is a landmark in Axel’s history. It is a strategic alliance with investors who offer experience and expertise in international markets. It is a great honor for us to be the first company in the fashion industry in which Diorama invests. Our goal is to increase our exports, especially in Italy and Spain, our two most important markets where we have a network of nearly 500 points of sale. We also want to extend and further accelerate Axel’s 18-year growth record. Our common vision is to make Axel’s brand name well known and regarded all over the world.”

Nicos J. Koulis, DECA Investments AIFM CEO stated: “Our investment in Axel is our first investment in a company engaged in the apparel and accessories sector. However, Axel shares the main characteristics we are looking for in all our investments: a strong management team, people who have the will and the vision to grow Axel into a truly important company which will leave its mark in the international arena. I believe that together with Kostas, Ifigeneia and their team we will accomplish this and, in the process, generate economic value for the shareholders, good jobs for the employees and a pride for building a truly international company based in Northern Greece.”

The investment in Axel is the fifth investment of Diorama. In November 2015 Diorama announced its first investment in Atlas Tapes S.A., a growing Greek company involved in the production and trading of adhesive tapes and other packaging material. This was followed in March 2016 by an investment in Damavand S.A., a leading agricultural company involved in the processing and packaging of tomato based products, while in December 2016 it announced its investment in InternetQ a leading technology company. Last August Diorama announced the acquisition of Adam Pack, the third largest provider of gable top cartons and spouts to Greek and international dairy producers competing successfully with some of the largest multinational companies.

Diorama Investments SICAR is a growth fund with EUR 135 mn commitments established in Luxembourg in September 2014. Its goal is to make equity investments, usually through a capital increase, to Greek small and medium enterprises. Diorama’s shareholders comprise prominent Greek and international investors including the European Investment Fund, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank. Diorama is managed by DECA Investments AIFM, which is regulated by the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission.

This investment benefits from the support of the European Union under the Equity Facility for Growth established under regulation (EU) No 1287/2013 of the European Parliament and the Council establishing a Program for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and small and medium enterprises (COSME) (2014-2020).

This investment benefits from the European Fund for Strategic Investments, one of the pillars of the Investment Plan for Europe. The Investment Plan for Europe focuses on strengthening European investments to create jobs and growth.

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DECA Investments AIFM, the exclusive investment manager of Diorama Investments SICAR (“Diorama” or the “Fund”), announced the completion of the Fund’s fourth investment: the acquisition of Adam Pack or the “Company”. Following the acquisition Diorama will also proceed to a capital increase in the Company.

Adam Pack, which was founded in 1997 as a specialized printer of art books, is engaged in the production of paper packaging for liquid food. Today it is the largest Greek producer of gable top cartons and plastic spouts for the packaging of fresh milk and juices. Based in Lavrio, Attica, the Company currently employs 71 people. In 2016 it generated EUR 13.4 million of sales of which 28% were exports

The investment in Adam Pack fits Diorama’s strategy: making equity investments in growing, extrovert Greek companies. Diorama’s objective is to help the investee companies become important players in the international arena.

Mrs. Efsevia Adam, Adam Pack co-founder and, until the sale, controlling shareholder of Adam Pack, stated: Ever since its founding Adam Pack has consistently had a growth strategy. It has secured a strong presence in its market and has employed innovative ways to improve its production process. The new investors will further enhance its growth prospects and will enable the company to strengthen its position in both the Greek and international markets.

Nicos J. Koulis, DECA Investments AIFM CEO stated: “Our investment in Adam Pack is the first full acquisition by Diorama. At first glance it appears as a departure from our common modus operandi which is the acquisition of significant minority positions. In reality, though, it is a similar strategy: we invest in an extrovert company with attractive growth prospects. In addition, we support the current management team which has lead Adam Pack successfully over the last several years. The structure of the sector where Adam Pack competes allows a high quality small competitor with the required support to increase significantly its market share in Europe. Relying on the strong management team and the quality of our workforce we will aim to further improve the quality of our products, maintain our leading position in Greece and provide high quality alternatives to the international milk and juice produces thus gaining market share and satisfied clients month by month and order by order.”

The investment in Adam Pack is the fourth investment of Diorama Investments SICAR. In November 2015 Diorama announced its first investment in Atlas Tapes S.A., a growing Greek company involved in the production and trading of adhesive tapes and other packaging material. This was followed in March 2016 by an investment in Damavand S.A. a leading agricultural company involved in the processing and packaging of tomato based products. Last December Diorama announced its investment in InternetQ a leading technology Greek company.

Diorama Investments SICAR is a growth fund with EUR 135 mn commitments established in Luxembourg in September 2014. Its goal is to make equity investments, usually through a capital increase, to Greek small and medium enterprises. Diorama’s shareholders comprise prominent Greek and international investors including the European Investment Fund, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank. Diorama is managed by DECA Investments AIFM, which is regulated by the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission.

This investment benefits from the support of the European Union under the Equity Facility for Growth established under regulation (EU) No 1287/2013 of the European Parliament and the Council establishing a Program for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and small and medium enterprises (COSME) (2014-2020).

This investment benefits from the European Fund for Strategic Investments, one of the pillars of the Investment Plan for Europe. The Investment Plan for Europe focuses on strengthening European investments to create jobs and growth.

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DECA Investments AIFM, the exclusive investment manager of Diorama Investments SICAR (“Diorama” or the “Fund”), announced the completion of the Fund’s third investment: the acquisition of a strategic equity position in InternetQ Group Limited (“InternetQ” or the “Company”) indirectly through one of the holding companies of InternetQ, for a consideration of EUR 12mn. Concurrently with the investment the funds will be invested into InternetQ through a capital increase.
InternetQ, employing 230 people, is a Greek company with a truly global presence and client base. It has two main lines of business: a music streaming service, which provides unlimited music tracks for a monthly subscription, and a software designed to bring together advertisers and publishers, thus facilitating advertising in mobile applications (“in-app advertising”). Both products operate in global and rapidly expanding sectors, which are expected to exceed a 20% annual growth rate in the next several years. The investment by Diorama will enable InternetQ to further strengthen its presence in the rapidly growing in-app advertising sector, which is expected to reach $ 125bn in size by 2018.
The investment in InternetQ fits Diorama’s strategy: making equity investments in growing, extrovert Greek companies. Diorama’s objective is to help the investee companies capitalize on their competitive advantages and become important players in the international arena.
Mr. Panagiotis Dimitropoulos, InternetQ’s Chief Executive Officer stated: “We are delighted with the completion of this landmark transaction and welcome Diorama Investments SICAR as business partners. InternetQ historically focuses on technological innovation and strategic partnerships which secure a long term success. This new funding fosters our development and enables us to substantially accelerate our growth plans across target markets. It allows us to further improve the functionality of our product offerings and capitalize on the considerable opportunities of the in-app advertising sector, where we build and strengthen a market-leading position.”
Konstantinos Dermanis, DECA Investments AIFM Partner stated: “InternetQ’s characteristics are fully consistent with Diorama’s investment strategy. InternetQ is a dynamic Greek technology company with a truly international presence enjoying a strong position in two rapidly growing sectors. We believe that InternetQ’s management team has the experience, track record and know-how to help the Company grow over the next years. Our investment will help it strengthen its positioning in the fast growing and profitable digital advertising sector, and in particular in-app advertising.”
The investment in InternetQ is the third investment of Diorama Investments SICAR. The investment fits Diorama’s strategy, which is to provide growth capital to export-oriented Greek companies. In November 2015 Diorama announced its first investment in Atlas Tapes S.A., a growing Greek company involved in the production and trading of adhesive tapes and other packaging material. This was followed last March by an investment in Damavand S.A. a leading agricultural company involved in the processing and packaging of tomato based products.
Diorama Investments SICAR is a growth fund with EUR 135 mn commitments established in Luxembourg in September 2014. Its goal is to make equity investments, usually through a capital increase, to Greek small and medium enterprises. Diorama’s shareholders comprise prominent Greek and international investors including the European Investment Fund, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank. Diorama is managed by DECA Investments AIFM, which is regulated by the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission.
This investment benefits from the support of the European Union under the Equity Facility for Growth established under regulation (EU) No 1287/2013 of the European Parliament and the Council establishing a Program for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and small and medium enterprises (COSME) (2014-2020).
This investment benefits from the European Fund for Strategic Investments, one of the pillars of the Investment Plan for Europe. The Investment Plan for Europe focuses on strengthening European investments to create jobs and growth.

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DECA Investments AIFM, the exclusive investment manager of Diorama Investments Sicar, S.A. (“Diorama”), announced the completion of the Fund’s second investment: the acquisition of a strategic equity position in Damavand S.A. in two phases for a consideration of up to EUR 7mn.

Damavand is a growing Greek company involved in the processing of agricultural products, mainly tomato and fruit. This is a sector in which Greece enjoys significant competitive advantage. Damavand is one of the largest companies in the sector with 2014 revenues of EUR 14mn, attractive profitability and increasing export orientation. The investment will enable Damavand to increase substantially its production, use its competitive advantage afforded by its geographic position, increase substantially its revenues and exports and enhance its competitive position internationally.

The investment in Damavand fits Diorama Fund’s strategy: making equity investments in growing, extrovert Greek companies. Diorama’s objective is to help the investee companies capitalize on their competitive advantages and become important players in the international arena. DECA has already completed a mapping of the Greek small and medium enterprise universe and is in advanced discussions regarding other possible investments.

Ms. Christina Karachaliou, Damavand’s Chief Executive Officer stated: “In the middle of a particularly difficult time for Greece Diorama believed in Damavand’s potential and our vision. Our primary goal is to strengthen Damavand’s position internationally. The high quality of our products, our technical know-how and Diorama’s support assure us that we will attain this goal. We will redouble our efforts to continue our growth following our mission: the satisfaction of our customers, our employees and our suppliers, the farmers, thus contributing to the growth of Greece’s economy.”

John Kalantzis, DECA Investments AIFM CIO stated: “Our decision to invest in Damavand, an export oriented company which has the potential to expand in new international markets, fits perfectly Diorama’s objective.  We believe that our investment will help increase the tomato demand thus helping the farmers/suppliers, will generate new jobs and create significant economic value for Damavand’s shareholders. Damavand is a well-managed company which has the potential to become a significant player in the European tomato processing sector”.

The investment in Damavand is the second investment of Diorama Investments Sicar, S.A. The investment fits in Diorama’s strategy, which is to provide capital to export-oriented Greek companies at a time of very limited liquidity. Last November Diorama announced its first investment in Atlas Tapes S.A., a growing Greek company involved in the production and trading of adhesive tapes and other packaging material.

Diorama Investments Sicar, S.A. is a growth fund established in Luxembourg in September 2014. Its goal is to make equity investments, usually through a capital increase, to Greek small and medium enterprises. The Fund’s investors are distinguished Greek businesspeople and institutional investors. The Fund’s investments are managed by DECA Investments AIFM, which is licensed by and reports to the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission.

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DECA Investments AIFM (“DECA”), the exclusive investment manager of Diorama Investments Sicar, S.A. (“Diorama”), announced the completion of the Fund’s first investment: the acquisition of a strategic minority position in Atlas Tapes S.A. (“Atlas”) for a consideration of c. seven million Euros (€7 million).

Atlas Tapes is a growing Greek company involved in the production and trading of adhesive tapes and other packaging material. It is one of the largest and most profitable European companies in the sector with 2014 Revenues of €65 million, 85% of which representing export sales. In 2014 it increased its employee base to 330 up from 250 in 2013. The investment will enable Atlas to further expand and automate its production, reduce its cost base, mainly by becoming more energy efficient, and thus further enhance its competitive position internationally. In 2015 Atlas realizes revenue growth exceeding 10%.

The investment in Atlas fits Diorama Fund’s strategy: making equity investments in growing, extrovert Greek companies who have the ability to generate attractive returns to their shareholders. Diorama’s objective, in addition to the realization of attractive return on its investments, is to contribute to Greece’s critical goal: realizing economic growth and reducing unemployment by increasing the competitiveness of its businesses. DECA has already completed a mapping of the Greek small and medium enterprise universe and is in advanced discussions regarding other possible investments.

Jason Lantzis, Atlas’ Managing Director stated: “Diorama Investments Sicar, S.A. strategic investment in our company not only strengthens our financial position and augments our capabilities, but also provides us with increased international reach. It, thus, facilitates the realization of our strategic goal which is to turn Atlas Tapes into the leading European adhesive tapes company.”

Nicos J. Koulis, DECA Investments’ AIFM CEO stated: “Diorama Fund makes its first investment in a growing, extrovert Greek company at a challenging time when access to capital even for strong companies is limited. It is our belief that the end of this long recession will be accelerated by the active support to growing, extrovert companies that can compete successfully in the international arena. We are confident that this investment will not only help Atlas achieve its ambitious goals but will also generate significant economic value for our investors.”

Diorama Investments Sicar, S.A. is a growth fund established in Luxembourg in September 2014. Its goal is to make equity investments, usually through a capital increase, to Greek small and medium enterprises. The Fund’s investors are distinguished Greek businesspeople and institutional investors. The Fund is managed by DECA Investments AIFM, which is licensed by and reports to the Hellenic Capital Markets Commission.

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DIORAMA Investments SICAR S.A. (“Diorama”) has completed its First Offering Period

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“The Hellenic Capital Markets Committee has decided (688/14.07.2014) to grant an operating license to the Company “ DECA INVESTMENTS ΑΝΩΝYΜΗ ΕTΑΙΡΕΙΑ ΔΙΑΧΕΙΡΙΣΗΣ ΟΡΓΑΝΙΣΜΩΝ ΕΝΑΛΛΑΚΤΙΚΩΝ ΕΠΕΝΔΥΣΕΩΝ” in accordance to L. 4209/2013, so as to provide investment services to private equity funds”.

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The Fund, Diorama Investments SICAR, S.A., benefits from the support of the European Union under the Equity Facility for Growth established under Regulation (EU) No 1287/2013 of the European Parliament and the Council establishing a Programme for the Competitiveness of Enterprises and small and medium enterprises (COSME) (2014-2020).