Mikhail Vladimirovich Mishustin

Former President at UFG Private Equity

Mikhail Vladimirovich Mishustin

Mikhail Vladimirovich Mishustin

Former President at UFG Private Equity

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Mikhail Vladimirovich Mishustin is the Prime Minister of Russia. He is former President of UFG Asset Management and former President for UFG Private Equity (a subsidiary of UFG Asset Management).

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UFG Asset Management
UFG Private Equity

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Managing Director at UFG Private Equity

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Chief Financial Officer at UFG Private Equity

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Mikhail Vladimirovich Mishustin
Former President at UFG Private Equity
Career History
Prime Minister
2020 - Current
President
2008 - 2010

UFG AM is an active manager which provides Russian and international clients with absolute return and traditional investment strategies through a family of offshore funds, Russian retail mutual funds, private equity funds, real estate funds and segregated accounts.^The firm focuses on Russia and the CIS with a full spectrum of investment strategies that enable their clients to tailor their risk profile to targeted investment returns.^For hedge funds, UFG AM aims to maximize risk adjusted returns by investing long and short in equity securities actively traded in Russia and CIS countries, utilizing hedging strategies to minimize downside risk.

President
2008 - 2010

UFG-PE's private equity funds follow an opportunistic investment approach. The firm aims for portfolio diversification. The fund's investment objective is to triple capitalization over a period of five years. They invest across a wide range of sectors with a preference for financial services, communications and IT, mass media, retail trade, consumer goods, food industry, production and processing, and logistics. They target small and mid-sized firms based in Russia in the expansion or mature stages of development. They generally acquire at least a 25% stake.Key investment criteria are high growth potential, committed management teams willing to improve corporate governance through business practices and transparency, documented track record with an existing mid-term business plan as well as flexibility with regards to strategic investments, alliances, acquisitions and exit.UFG-PE's investment horizon is three to five years. Their exit strategies include IPOs or resale to a strategic investor. Ideally they look for a return of at least 35%.

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Mikhail Vladimirovich Mishustin is affiliated with Government of Russia, UFG Asset Management, UFG Private Equity

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