Private Equity Fund Helenos Acquires Stake in FLEXIDEA, a European Invoice Factoring Platform

One of Debitum platform business partners, invoice factoring company FLEXIDEA, which operates in Latvia and Poland, has revealed that this summer, private equity fund HELENOS, managed by INPULSE INVESTMENT MANAGER (Brussels-based investment manager, Belgium), “acquired a 14,67% share in the capital of FLEXIDEA.”

The acquisition will “help FLEXIDEA expand its activities in other EU countries, improve IT solutions, as well as offer opportunities to serve customers remotely.”

Vladimirs Fogels, FLEXIDEA Member of the Board, said:

“We are confident that our partnership with HELENOS will enrich us with international experience, while the investors’ strong support will enable us to improve our opportunities to provide invoice financing services to small and medium-sized enterprises internationally.”

As noted in the update, the success and growth of Debitum business partners’ is “a foundation for secure yet also high-yielding investments of our investors.”

As mentioned in the announcement, the teams are celebrating the fact FLEXIDEA and Debitum offer special investment conditions “for all new investments in FLEXIDEA assets in September.”

Henrijs Jansons, the CEO of Debitum platform, added:

“Our children are back to school, but everyone in the business area is coming back to work. To allocate autumn investments on more attractive conditions in assets that prove to be more and more stable – what can be a better start for the new ‘work-season’. Therefore, we offer 2% Cashback bonus for all investments – no matter the size of invested funds – with FLEXIDEA.” 

About Cashback bonus:

As explained in the update, a cashback bonus will be “applied for all new investments in FLEXIDEA assets.” Period: from 5th to 30th of September 2022.

The amount of Cashback – 2%p.a. Exact cashback bonus is “calculated as 2% per annum for the investment period.” Fast cashback payment are reportedly made once a week.

In another recent update about Loan Originator’s Chain Finance borrower and its war-affected assets in Ukraine, Debitum commented on that the status of repayments for June, plans regarding investments, and shared other details about business operations.

Debitum has now shared the latest information and data about the current situation (including July).

Due to war-situation in Ukraine, Chain Finance borrower has “stopped any operations related to new client acquisition and financing.” The company’s efforts are “focused on preserving the maximum possible value of the existing portfolio and recovering financial assets – servicing existing customers and repossession of the cars in the risk groups (non-paying).”

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