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Mikhail Prokhorov’s Onexim Group buys 50% stake in Renaissance Capital

Mikhail Prokhorov’s Onexim Group buys 50% stake in Renaissance Capital
Onexim Group, owned by Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, will pay $500 million for a 50% minus one share stake in Russian investment bank Renaissance Capital.

Moscow based Renaissance was founded in 1995.  It has become a Russian investment banking leader, and expanded significantly in recent years into Africa and the Middle East.

Renaissance Group and Onexim Group have said in a joint press statement that the deal will be closed once all regulatory approvals have been obtained.  The Renaissance Group will continue to own Renaissance  Investment  Management,  Renaissance  Credit and Renaissance Partners.  It will also continue to manage Renaissance Capital. Onexim will nominate three directors to  Renaissance Capital, and influence strategic decision making.

Speaking at a Monday press conference Prokhorov stated,

“We're focused on creating a global investment bank around Renaissance Capital,”

He added that talks had commenced several months ago and been brought forward by events in global financial markets.

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