Pemberton mulls opening office in the Nordics

Solving funding problems for mid-sized companies is no small task. Doing it in a personalized and consistent way is an even bigger job -- which is why Pemberton Capital Advisors is now contemplating opening a Nordic office.

Thomas Duetoft, Head of Origination at Pemberton Capital often visits Scandinavia. Now Pemberton is thinking about opening an office in Scandinavia | Photo: Pemberton

Working alongside local banks and being on the ground are two of the key points for Pemberton Capital advisors when it comes to how its credit facilitators work.

The company has had offices across Europe since it was set up in 2013 with financial backing from the British-based multinational financial institution Legal & General. Milan, Paris, Madrid, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Luxembourg, and London are the cities where Pemberton already has offices.

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