Baring Vostok believes that financial services are likely to continue to be one of the region’s most rapidly growing sectors, as its banking sector matures and penetration of other financial products increases towards the levels of more developed economies. Since 1994, Baring Vostok funds have invested over $750 million in 11 banks and financial services companies in Russia and Kazakhstan.
Kaspi.kz

Kaspi.kz

Leading consumer-focused ecosystem in Kazakhstan
Location:
Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan
Year of initial investments:
2006
Shareholding:
Minority

Kaspi.kz is the largest consumer-focused Ecosystem in Kazakhstan with a leading market position in each of its key products and services. Kaspi.kz provides technologically advanced, seamless and innovative ways for consumers to shop, pay for and finance their purchases, as well as manage their personal finances through a growing range of interconnected products and services. This is fast-growing, transaction-driven, profitable and dividend-paying business.

Kaspi.kz is guided by its mission to improve people’s lives through developing innovative products and services. The company is built around four core revenue generating platforms, which form its Ecosystem and includes Marketplace, Payments, e-Finance and Consumer Financial Services platforms.

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News

17 May 2019

Media Statement.

BVCP statement on ruling by Amur Court of Arbitration.
06 May 2019

Media Statement.

BVCP statement regarding court refusal to change form of detention for Michael Calvey.
29 April 2019

Media Statement.

BVCP statement concerning the rejection of appeal against prolongation of the pre-trial detention.
11 April 2019

Media Statement.

Baring Vostok welcomes the decision to release Michael Calvey to house arrest.
10 April 2019

Media Statement.

BVCP statement regarding pre-trial detention of Ivan Zyuzin, Vagan Abgaryan and Maxim Vladimirov.
10 April 2019

Media Statement.

Baring Vostok welcomes the applications made by the Investigative Committee for Michael Calvey and Alexey Kordichev to be transferred to house arrest, and hopes that the court will give due consideration to the applications.
09 April 2019

Media Statement.

BVCP statement regarding Philippe Delpal’s pre-trial detention.