The London-based investment fund CEECAT Capital has confirmed that it would acquire the majority share in the Gomex store chain in Serbia.
“We want to invest in companies that have the potential to become regional leaders in their core industry. Our goal is to help Gomex realise its potential and emerge as a national leader in food retail in the region,” CEECAT Capital has said.
CEECAT Capital’s investment in Gomex is the fund’s first investment in Serbia. The fund, registered in London, is focused on emerging European and Asian markets, as well as on investments in small and medium-sized enterprises.
Gomex was founded in 1997 in Zrenjanin, according to the data on the APR website. The company, which now employs 2,500 people, first opened stores in Vojvodina and later expanded throughout Serbia.
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