News Article Bico construction Dial Eco Euro Doors Impetum Group ROCA Investments Romania Rudolf Vizental Sarcom
by Property Forum | Investment

Romanian private equity company Roca Investments has attracted RON 100 million (around €20 million) in new equity in a bid to expand its regional presence in the industry and agriculture field. The fund is also a controlling shareholder in key suppliers for the real estate industry. 

At present, Roca’s portfolio comprises 15 active companies with a cumulative turnover of over RON 1.35 billion (€275 million) and approximately 2,000 employees, mainly concentrated in two holding companies: the industrial holding company Roca Industry and the agricultural holding company Roca Agri RDF. The portfolio companies operate in 13 Romanian counties, and some are already European players in terms of their outlets. In addition, two companies in the construction holding are active in the Republic of Moldova. 

“We estimate that in 2023 we will exceed the 500 million lei (€100 million) valuation, and our promises to investors continue to be healthy growth, transparency and risk granularity. In a difficult year, we are relying on strategies that will lead to improving performance indicators across the portfolio and maintaining the average annual return of 30%, as it has been so far," states Rudolf Vizental, CEO and Co-Founder of Roca Investments. 

Roca Industry, part of Roca Investments, is the main shareholder paints manufacturer Sarcom, doors maker Eco Euro Doors, fences manufacturer Dial and Bico, the largest Romanian producer of fiberglass mesh for thermosystems and one of the most important producers at European level. 

At present, Roca Investments has 27 investors as shareholders. The company is part of Romanian Impetum Group.