AVELLUM ADVISES DOBROBUT’S MAJOR SHAREHOLDERS ON BUYBACK OF DOBROBUT’S SHARES FROM HORIZON CAPITAL

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AVELLUM ADVISES DOBROBUT’S MAJOR SHAREHOLDERS ON BUYBACK OF DOBROBUT’S SHARES FROM HORIZON CAPITAL

AVELLUM acted as the legal counsel to Dobrobut’s major shareholders  — Oleg Kalashnikov, Dobrobut’s Managing Shareholder and CEO, and Concorde Capital — on the purchase of Horizon Capital’s minority stake in Dobrobut.

AVELLUM assisted with the preparation and negotiation of the transaction documents and coordinated completion of the entire transaction. Notably, AVELLUM team advised on the disposal of the stake to Horizon Capital in 2018-2019.

Dobrobut is the leading private healthcare services provider in Ukraine with a network of clinics and medical institutions in Kyiv and Kyiv region, offering high-quality, essential services to patients in Ukraine. As one of the most innovative players in the industry, Dobrobut continuously invests in the digitalization of business processes, including a mobile platform that allows patients to plan and pay for their visits online.

Horizon Capital is the leading private equity firm in Ukraine, backed by over 40 institutional investors with a capital base of over USD350 billion, managing four funds with assets under management of over USD850 million and a tenure of 25 years in the region. Horizon Capital is a value-added investor, backing visionary entrepreneurs leading transformational businesses in Ukraine and the near region.

AVELLUM team was led by senior associate Anton Arkhypov with support from associate Andriy Kornuta under the general supervision of partner Yuriy Nechayev.

Authors

YURIY NECHAYEV

Partner

ynechayev@avellum.com

ANTON ARKHYPOV

Counsel

aarkhypov@avellum.com

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