Before joining BaltCap in 2010, Kornelijus was a partner at MTVP, a tech VC fund focused on Russia and the Baltics. Previously, he also worked as an investment banker at Deutsche Bank in London. Kornelijus holds an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley, Haas School of Business. He also serves on the boards of Vilnius Marathon and Misija Sibiras.
Kornelijus’ involvement in current portfolio includes Impuls LTU, InMedica, Trafi, Coffee Inn and Labochema.
BaltCap has sold the largest transport infrastructure consultancy in Lithuania, Kelprojektas group to Swedish consultancy Tyréns. Kelprojektas is Lithuania’s largest engineering consultancy primarily involved with project engineering and design relating to bridges, railways and roads, but also offers services within water, the environment, traffic planning and landscape architecture.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (‘EBRD’) commits to invest €20 million into the BaltCap Infrastructure Fund (‘BInF’). The President of EBRD, Sir Suma Chakrabarti signed the agreement today during a signature ceremony held at the Ministry of Finance of Estonia in Tallinn. With additional contribution from Citadele pension funds and existing investors, BInF has reached its hard cap of €100 million.
BaltCap received a gold level Quality Label in the 10th Estonian Responsible Business Index 2018 in Estonia. BaltCap participated in the CSR Index Estonia for 8th consecutive year and received the gold level award for second year in a row.
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