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Mezzanine 'Fund of Fund' for Germany (MDD)

MDD (Mezzanine Dachfonds für Deutschland) is a EUR 100m investment programme co-financed by BMWi, LfA Förderbank and NRW.BANK and managed by EIF.

MDD targets hybrid debt/equity fund investments in Germany and its objective is to soften the impact of the “wall of debt” experienced by many German mid-caps. 

Are you a fund manager interested in partnering with us under MDD?

  • The funds in which EIF invests under LfA must invest exclusively in SMEs
    Independent fund management teams with complementary Venture Capital, technology and industry experience
  • Coherent fund strategy taking into account the know-how of the team as well as fund size and the geographic, industrial and technological focus of the fund
  • Commercially viable fund sizes for team stability and the fund's shooting power concerning investments and follow-on financing needs
  • Appropriate incentive for the whole team
  • Pari-passu treatment of all investors
  • Fund should follow commercial investment approach
  • Clear legal, tax structure, market standard terms and conditions

EIF may not participate in funds where funding from non-market-oriented investors exceeds 50% of the fund's total funding (excluding EIF).

For more information on how to submit an investment proposal to EIF see: EIF for Venture Capital & Private Equity funds

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