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RCI II - Current Portfolio


KOM-EKO S.A. ("KOM-EKO") is a Lublin-based waste management company, employing approximately 200 people and processing over 64,000 tons of waste annually. KOM-EKO utilizes leading-edge technology, reducing the volume of waste it collects that would otherwise go to landfill by over 60%. The company is Poland's largest producer of refused derived fuel (RDF) and was named the “Leader of Polish Ecology” 2011 by the Polish Ministry of the Environment.



City Parking Group


RCI II controls one of the largest parking groups in Central and Eastern Europe, City Parking Group ("City Parking") with over 40,000 spaces under management in Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

RCI II acquired 100% of ACTIV a.s., a long-time parking zone operator on the Czech and Slovak markets, through a combination of direct purchase of shares and a capital increase in January 2009 and followed that in November 2009 with the acquisition of 93% of COOL AR Sp. z o.o., the oldest operator of paid parking zones in Poland currently active in 26 Polish towns and cities.

Royalton plans to provide additional development capital, which would enable City Parking to further expand its business in its core markets and in the other countries of Central and Eastern Europe.


RCI - Exited Investments

mPunkt Polska


mPunkt Polska SA ("mPunkt") is the second largest distributor of mobile phones in Poland. mPunkt operates more than 200 points of sale, which are located throughout the country, mainly in shopping malls and pedestrian shopping districts. Although the shops are franchised, mPunkt controls the leases. The company distributed the mobile services of Polkomtel, Vodafone's affiliate in Poland. mPunkt also distributed telephones and accessories from leading global manufacturers, offered insurance and performed authorized repairs.

RCI invested in this fast-growing Polish mobile telephone distribution network in January 2002. RCI controlled over 97% percent of the shares and has committed development capital to facilitate expansion. mPunkt Polska's strategy was to maintain its position as one of the leading Polish mobile telephone retailers.

Royalton Capital Investor, finalized on May 4, 2010, the sale of 100% of mPunkt Polska S.A. to Cyfrowy Polsat the biggest Polish DTH platform offering pay TV services as well as mobile telephony and broadband internet access. Final proceeds were received on August 4, 2010. The sale of mPunkt brought the total number of RCI found exit to five. RCI achieved an exit multiple of 2.1x on this investment.

Vratislavia Holding


Vratislavia Holdings ("VH") is the Luxembourg holding vehicle for a portfolio of companies holding and managing real estate and car parks in Western Poland. VH owns a portfolio of "A" nonresidential buildings and car parks.

RCI controls 83% of the Company and has committed almost US $17 million to date.


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