H1'18 - time of exits!

H1'18 - time of exits!

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Last months have been an extraordinary period for MCI in terms of exits. Three significant exits ranking as one of the highest in our history: Dotpay/eCard (run by Łukasz Wierdak), lifebrain (run by Krzysztof Konopiński) and iZettle (run by Maciej Bogaczyk).

We top this with two VC exits, executed by Tomasz Danis: zdrowegeny.pl and Genomed.

Additionally, we estimate almost eur 20m (pln 95m) in dividends from our portfolio companies: ABC Data, ATM and Indeks. We summarized all the numbers, and much more, in the infographics attached.
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Including additional payoffs, which will be executed in the future, the realised Internal Rate of Return (IRR) will be 22%