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Our funds
Da Vinci Emerging Technologies Fund III L.P.
Da Vinci Emerging Technologies Fund III L.P.
Capitalization: $67,6 million
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Kazakhstan Infrastructure Fund C.V.
Kazakhstan Infrastructure Fund C.V.
Capitalization: $ 105 mln
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Baiterek Venture Fund
Baiterek Venture Fund JSC
Capitalization: 86,3 bln tenge (assets)
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DBK Equity Fund C.V.
DBK Equity Fund C.V.
Capitalization: 33.5 bln tenge
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KCM Sustainable Development Fund I C.V.
KCM Sustainable Development Fund I C.V.
Capitalization: 25.0 bln tenge
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Российско-Казахстанский фонд нанотехнологий
Russian-Kazakhstan Nanotechnology Foundation
Capitalization: $ 51 mln
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CITIC Kazyna Investment Fund I L.P.
CITIC Kazyna Investment Fund I L.P.
Capitalization: $ 200.4 mln
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Kazakhstan Growth Fund L.P.
Kazakhstan Growth Fund L.P.
Capitalization: $ 80.8 mln
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Kazakhstan Capital Restructuring Fund C.V.
Kazakhstan Capital Restructuring Fund C.V.
Capitalization: $ 100 mln
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Falah Growth Fund L.P.
Falah Growth Fund L.P.
Capitalization: $ 500 mln
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Macquarie Russia & CIS Infrastructure Fund C.V.
Macquarie Russia & CIS Infrastructure Fund C.V.
Capitalization: $630 mln
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Aureos Central Asia Fund L.L.C.
Aureos Central Asia Fund L.L.C.
Capitalization: $ 37 mln
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CCL Kazakhstan “Silk Road” Agriculture Growth Fund
CCL Kazakhstan “Silk Road” Agriculture Growth Fund
Capitalization: $40,404 mln
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COFIDES
On October 5, 2021, a memorandum of understanding was signed between QIC and the Spanish development finance company COFIDES (Compañía Española de Financiación del Desarrollo) in order to create a basis for discussion between QIC and COFIDES of potential cooperation regarding the maintenance, implementation and co-investment of industrial and infrastructure projects.
COFIDES is the only development institution in Spain that invests abroad. The founders are 53% - the state, 47% - private capital.
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TAV Airports Holding
Qazaqstan Investment Corporation JSC through the private equity fund "Kazakhstan Infrastructure Fund C.V." together with a large Turkish company "TAV Airports Holding" invested in Almaty International Airport JSC on April 30, 2021. TAV Airports Holding is a joint venture established in 1997 by the Tepe and Akfen groups of companies, as well as Airport Consulting Vienna. As of 2010, TAV Airports was the leading airport operator in Turkey. Airports owned or operated by TAV Airports Holding serve approximately 420 thousand flights and carry an average of 48 million passengers per year.
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Abu Dhabi Developmental Holding Company (ADQ)
On October 10, 2021, representatives of Qazaqstan Investment Corporation and ADQ signed the Term Sheet of the joint venture capital fund ADQ-KCM. ADQ was founded in Abu Dhabi in 2018 and is one of the largest holding companies in the region (the third-largest sovereign wealth fund in Abu Dhabi, after Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Mubadala). The company's shareholder is the Government of Abu Dhabi. The company's portfolio includes direct and indirect investments in more than 90 large enterprises, 110 billion US dollars under management. The industries cover key sectors of Abu Dhabi's economy, including food and agriculture, aviation, financial services, healthcare, industry, logistics, mass media, real estate, tourism and hospitality, transportation, and energy.
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Da Vinci Capital
DVC is the management company of the Da Vinci Emerging Technologies Fund III L.P. DVC is a leading independent investment management company, which was founded in 2007, with an initial focus on private equity investments in mid-cap companies in CEE countries and other emerging markets.
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Verno PE Limited
In 2014, KCM created the Kazakhstan Infrastructure Fund C.V. (hereinafter referred to as the Fund). In 2017, Verno Capital joined the Fund as an investor and management company of the Fund. The fund with a total size of 105 million USD is investing in infrastructure projects in Kazakhstan and the SCO member states. The fund is in an active investment phase.

Since 2009, Verno Capital has been a management company based in Moscow and London. The company has significant experience in the implementation of transactions and deals in the CIS countries and actively cooperates with local institutional investors, such as the Russian Direct Investment Fund. The company manages and advises over 6 billion USD in assets. One of the shareholders of the company is a large strategic Middle East investment fund.
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Development Bank of Kazakhstan
In 2017, Development Bank of Kazakhstan JSC and QIC agreed to create a joint fund DBK Equity Fund C.V. The main objective of the fund is to make joint investments in the projects of Development Bank of Kazakhstan JSC and DBK-Leasing JSC in various sectors of the economy of Kazakhstan. The fund’s total capitalization is 33.5 billion KZT.

Development Bank of Kazakhstan JSC was established in 2001 for lending financing medium and long-term projects aimed at developing the non-resource sector of the country’s economy. The portfolio of Development Bank of Kazakhstan JSC includes more than 60 projects. Total assets value isamount to about 2.5 trillion KZT. It is a subsidiary of “NMH “Baiterek” JSC.
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BV Management
BV Management was established in 2014. It is a private equity management company and acts as the General Partner for the DBK Equity Fund CV. BV Management’s assets under management also include QIC Sustainable Development Fund I with a capitalization of 25 billion KZT which, invest in priority sectors of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
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CITIC Group/CITIC Capital
Qazaqstan Investment Corporation JSC and the Chinese state investment company CITIC Capital have created joint funds – CITIC KAZYNA Investment Fund I and Eurasian Nurly (Bright) Investment Fund L.P. D, within the framework of which financing is provided for infrastructure, raw materials, agro-industrial and other projects in the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan, China and the SCO member states. A Chinese commercial private equity fund established in 2002 to help clients achieve their financial goals by investing in onshore and offshore public markets. Capitalization - 4.5 billion yuan.
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European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
During the existence of KCM, 4 funds were created jointly with the EBRD (ADM Kazakhstan Capital Restructuring Fund, Aureos Central Asia Fund, Kazakhstan Growth Fund, and Macquire Russia and CIS Infrastructure Fund) focused on investments in Kazakhstan and the CIS countries. KCM and EBRD successfully cooperate in the development of various sectors of the economy of the CIS and Kazakhstan. The total capitalization of the funds is approximately 850 million USD. Established in 1991 after the end of the Cold War to re-develop the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Bank invests in projects that contribute to the transition to an open market economy, as well as the development of private and business activities/
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CEECAT Capital
CEECAT Capital is the management company of the Kazakhstan Capital Restructuring Fund C.V. Founded in 2005 as part of ADM Capital. The main activity of the company has been investments in the regions of developing Europe, Central Asia and Turkey since 2005.
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Ordabasy Shrakat Limited
QIC and Ordabasy Corporation are members of the Falah Growth Fund L.P., which invests in Kazakhstan and the CIS countries. Fund capitalization is about 500 million USD. It is one of the largest investment holdings in Kazakhstan, investing in strategically important sectors of the economy and sectors with long-term potential. The firm also invests in other countries of the region. The capitalization of the investment portfolio of the Ordabasy Corporation group is more than 1.5 billion USD.
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Aztech Investment Limited
The company is one of the members of the Falah Growth Fund L.P. QIC joined the fund in 2008 and successfully implements joint projects in the energy, financial, insurance and IT sectors. Aztech was founded by a multicultural group in 1993 and has grown to become one of the largest agricultural processing and exporting companies in Australia.
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Vnesheconombank
Vnesheconombank is one of the investors in Macquarie Russia and CIS Infrastructure Fund C.V. Along with QIC and other partners, the fund invests in the CIS countries mainly in the transport, infrastructure and energy sectors. The total value of the fund is 630 million USD. The bank was established in 1923. It contributes to the implementation of state socio-economic policy, increasing the competitiveness of the national economy and its modernization on an innovative basis. It finances investment and export projects. The total amount of the bank’s assets for 2017 is more than 3.6 trillion RUB.
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International finance corporation
The company is a member of the Macquarie Russia and CIS Infrastructure Fund C.V. The first fund closure was carried out in February 2009 with QIC and other investors. The fund is focused on the construction of roads and railways, airports, ports and power supplies. It is part of the World Bank Group, was established in 1956. It is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on the private sector in developing countries. Capitalization – 351 trillion USD.
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Macquarie Group
The company is an investor of Macquarie Russia fund and CIS Infrastructure Fund C.V. As of December 31, 2019, the Fund has implemented 4 out of 5 projects in the field of transport infrastructure Macquarie’s predecessor, Hill Samuel Australia, which was founded on December 10, 1969, was a consulting firm. The main activities of the company are investments in such sectors as resources, agriculture and commodities, energy and infrastructure with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region. 2017 Total Profit – 2 billion AUD.
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Eurasian Development Bank
In 2018, QIC and EDB signed a Memorandum of Cooperation to finance individual investment projects, share experience and knowledge and other types of cooperation agreed by the parties. The companies also cooperate in the field of banking services. EDB is an international financial organization called on to promote the economic growth of the member states (Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Russia), the expansion of trade and economic ties between them and the development of integration processes in the Eurasian space through investment activities. The carrying value of the investment portfolio is 1.6 billion USD.
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IDB
QIC and the Islamic Development Bank are members of the Islamic Infrastructure Fund L.P. The fund invests mainly in Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia and is focused on infrastructure projects (electricity, water supply, transport, communications). The fund’s capitalization is 226 million USD. A regional financial institution was established in 1975 in accordance with the Declaration of Intent proclaimed at the First Conference of Ministers of Islamic States in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The goal of the IDB is to assist in the economic development and social progress of the IDB member states and Muslim communities in accordance with the principles of Sharia. The membership includes 52 states. Among the CIS countries, the IDB members are Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. Total capitalization – 100 billion USD.
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Asian development bank
QIC and the Asian Development Bank are members of the Islamic Infrastructure Fund L.P. The fund invests mainly in Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia and is focused on infrastructure projects (electricity, water supply, transport, communications). The fund’s capitalization is 226 million USD. It was established in the early 1960s as a financial institution that belongs to the Asian region and promotes economic growth and cooperation in one of the poorest regions in the world. Capitalization – 31.7 billion USD.
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OPEC Fund for international Development
OPEC Fund for International Development is a member of the Islamic Infrastructure Fund L.P. The fund invests mainly in Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia and is focused on infrastructure projects (electricity, water supply, transport, communications). The fund’s capitalization is 226 million USD. The OPEC Foundation’s work is people-centered and focused on projects that respond to such basic needs as food, energy, clean water and sanitation, health and education with the aim of promoting self-reliance and instilling hope for the future. The OPEC Fund provides: loans to companies for projects with clearly defined development objectives, such as improving industrial capacity and utilities, and strengthening infrastructure; direct equity investments or investments in private equity fund structures targeting the OPEC Fund’s sectors; and term loans to financial institutions for on-lending to MSMEs and improving the capital base of banks.
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Bangkok Bank Limited
Bangkok Bank limited is a member of the Islamic Infrastructure Fund L.P. The fund invests mainly in Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia and is focused on infrastructure projects (electricity, water supply, transport, communications). The fund's capitalization is 226 million USD. Bangkok Bank, founded in 1944, is one of the largest regional banks in Southeast Asia with total assets of 3,216,743 million baht. It is a leading provider of corporate finance and SME lending in Thailand with nearly 240 business centers and offices. The bank’s international network includes 31 overseas branches in 14 countries – Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, UK, USA and Vietnam, as well as in relations with more than 1000 correspondent banks all over the world.
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