Socio-entrepreneurial corporations (SEC) - is a stable business structure, carrying out its activities in order to profit from the production and sale of goods and services. The main difference from the SEC-profit corporations is that the resulting profits are reinvested for the realization of social, economic and cultural objectives of the population of the region, in whose interests the SEC created, (the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan letters, March 2006).
JSC "National Company" Socio-Entrepreneurial Corporation "Almaty" (hereinafter - the SEC "Almaty") established in accordance with the Decree of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated 31 March 2010, registered by the Department of Justice of Almaty on August 27 of the same year. 100% shareholder of SEC "Almaty" is the KSU "Almaty city Department of Finance."
SEC "Almaty" mission – promoting social and economic development of Almaty city through public-private partnerships.
Objectives SEC "Almaty":
For realization of the SEC "Almaty" tasks transferred state assets (JSC, LLP, with government ownership, real estate, land, and money). Based on the "SEC" Almaty assets "implements projects in partnership with private business.
Within the set of SEC "Almaty" tasks also interacts with local executive bodies, development institutions, ministries and agencies, private equity, financial institutions, international organizations and others.
SEC "Almaty" functions:
Address: Almaty city, Abylaikhan avenue 74A, pavilion 4
Telephones: +7 727 266 84 82, +7 727 266 84 82