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Fares Kilzie

Creon Capital

Contributor since: 09 Jan 2020

Fares Kilzie

Dr.Fares Kilzie is Chairman at CREON Capital 

Creon Capital is a Luxembourg-based Fund manager, running the Creon Energy Fund (Sicav-SIF). This Private Equity Fund invests with technology partners from Eurasia and Middle East countries in green technologies, renewable energy, Small-Scale-LNG projects, as well as equipment for the energy sector and logistics. Geographically, the Creon Energy Fund concentrates its investments in Eurasia, the Moscow-based partner Creon Group accompanies all investments actively by deploying a large network of top-level contacts across the industry and tremendous market experience.

 www.creoncapital.lu / www.creon-group.com 

 

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