Avellum has advised Dobrobut and its shareholders on the sale of a minority stake in the company to Horizon Capital. Sayenko Kharenko advised Dobrobut on the deal.
Dobrobut is a network of clinics and medical institutions in the Kyiv region of Ukraine. The company invests in digitalization of business processes, including a mobile platform that allows patients to plan and pay for their visits online. According to Dobrobut CEO Oleg Kalashnikov, “as a result of this transaction, Dobrobut will provide even more types of high-quality healthcare services. Opening of new clinics will allow us to become closer to our patients, while the provision of unique services will let us master new skills. The support of our reliable partners will allow the fulfillment of Dobrobut’s most ambitious plans, aimed at the improvement of people’s health.”
Horizon Capital is a private equity firm in Ukraine, backed by over 40 institutional investors in four funds. The firm is led by its Founding Partners Lenna Koszarny and Jeffrey Neal and Senior Partner Denis Tafintsev.
The Avellum team was led by Partner Yuriy Nechayev and included Partner Vadim Medvedev and Associates Anton Arkhypov, Dmytro Symbiryov, Uliana Lutchyn, Maryna Buinytska, Alina Zagatska, Dmytro Tkachuk, Anton Zaderyholova, and Oleksandr Kulykovskyi.
The Sayenko Kharenko team consisted of Partners Alina Plyushch and Vladimir Sayenko, Senior Associates Dmitriy Riabikin, Mykhailo Grynyshyn, and Julia Kuyda, and Associates Dmytro Hotsyn, Tymur Enkhbaiar, Oksana Daskaliuk, Dasha Dashkevych, and Igor Pomaz.