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Nordic private equity firm Verdane has raised €300m to scale technology companies and create ‘disproportionate impact’, says Verdane partner Frida Einarson.
Some will wield influence over large pools of capital; others will plant smaller seeds and set an example to follow.
Travers Smith lawyers George Weavil and Carys Clipper describe a new type of sustainability-linked ratchet that could accelerate ESG improvements at the asset level.
The hydrogen-focused VC firm AP Ventures closed its second fund on $316m this year, with Temasek as an LP.
'If you’re driving your business through impact, everything has to be aligned,’ the veteran infrastructure manager tells delegates in Berlin.
Lessons from its debut 'impact-driven' long hold fund 'will trickle in' to the rest of the firm's platform, says EQT's Anders Misund.
The CIO of impact manager Newmarket Capital said reporting expectations have created additional expenses but offer differentiation.
Tikehau is targeting over €5bn of climate-dedicated AUM by 2025 – of which it has raised about €1.5bn – and is linking its carry to impact.
The asset manager has staked 50% of the carried interest from its €300m debut private equity fund on achieving impact goals.
Hear from one GP who has opted to tie carry to an impact target, and another who believes alignment on impact is naturally built-in to the private equity model.

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