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Real estate, environment, leisure. What we known about new MegaCom buyer

Those wishing to purchase MegaCom are lining up. The State Property Management Fund could not find a single interested person, repeatedly holding auctions, but there appeared three potential buyers within a month.

In early February, the State Property Management Fund received a letter from a Swiss company ALF Consulting S.A. Prior to this, Smart City investor Aka Minerals and Mining also announced its intention to buy MegaCom. The day before, a South Korean company GoldenKey Asset Investment & Management announced its intention to buy the mobile operator.

There is little information about the firm, despite it has an official website. Most of its pages are empty or filled with blurry information.

The company is engaged in assets management, alternative investments in real estate, energy and renewable energy sources, environment, SOC and leisure areas. In particular, it invests in golf courses and other leisure facilities.

As the company itself says, «GoldenKey Asset Investment & Management searches for new and diverse investment opportunities for its clients.» However, the amount of investments is not indicated anywhere, except for the information that by 2020 the company intends to reach the market value of assets managed on behalf of investors of $ 5 billion.

The company was established on June 17, 2011 and is located in Seoul. The Chief Executive Officer is Seok-Hyeon Kim. In 2015, the company changed its name to Goldenkey Asset Investment & Management. Prior to this, the company was called Frontier Management Co. Asset Ltd.

Recall, 100 percent of the shares of Alfa Telecom CJSC are included in the list of objects subject to privatization. Currently, the State Property Management Fund is preparing to conduct a tender for the purchase of services for the re-appraisal of the company.

The last year’s appraisal term expires on March 2. A year ago, 100 percent of the mobile operator’s shares were estimated at 13.5 billion soms.

Alfa Telecom CJSC was repeatedly auctioned, but none of the investors showed any interest in it. The State Property Management Fund directly found a buyer, a Russian Elena Nagornaya. But later, she refused the deal.