Energy Standard Fund Ltd. was founded on 31 December 2007 in Cyprus in accordance with the Cyprus Company Act, Cap. 113 under the Company’s registration number - HE 219165.
On 28 January 2008 Energy Standard Fund Ltd obtained an international private joint investment fund license, issued by the Central Bank of Cyprus (http://www.centralbank.gov.cy).
An investment objective of Energy Standard Fund Ltd is a capital increase in accordance with its investment declaration with obligatory risk control and diversification of investments according to industries and countries. Nowadays the Fund invests in Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan, and also considers business projects in Europe and Asia as its potential investments.
The main areas of investments made by Energy Standard Fund Ltd are traditionally the following:
- Power machine building,
- Transformer production.
- Production, transportation and sale of electricity.
- Transport and Logistics.
- Real Estate Development.
By investing Energy Standard Fund Ltd follows the principle of obtaining the most possible control over the investment target. Typically, the size of the share amounts at least to 25% that allows to essentially impact on the company’s activity, to delegate its representatives to the management bodies, and more substantial ownership interest allows Energy Standard Fund Ltd to exercise control over the operation activity and cash flows of investment objects.
The investment objects of Energy Standard Fund Ltd are assets with the prospective of multiple growth during a period from 5 to 10 years. Such task is resolved by means of considering several factors:
- Selecting of undervalued assets on the stage of purchase thereof.
- Engaging of a strong management team for an investment object to be acquired.
- Improving of the processes of production and sale of goods and services.
- Synergy effect achieved through the integration of new assets with those already possessed by the Fund.
An important criterion for making investments by Energy Standard Fund Ltd is a forecast profitability, taking into account any possible risk.