Swedish finance heavyweights turn to water, agriculture and green mortgage funds for fundraising

Since its foundation in 2018, the placement agent Worthwhile Capital Partners has done fundraising work for two funds investing in the decarbonization of the power generation sector, and for direct wind energy investments. Now, the company wants to expand on the range of funds that are taken to institutional investors, and its number of employees.

Christian Andersson (L) and Kerim Kaskal, founder and partner of Worthwhile Capital Partners. | Photo: Worthwhile PR.

Worthwhile Capital Partners (WCP), a Stockholm-based placement agent run by two Swedish finance heavyweights, is expanding its sustainable investments themes and funds offered to large Nordic and European institutional investors.

WCP has been fundraising for two separate funds by Nextenergy Capital and Foresight Group. Both fund managers invest in the decarbonization of the power generation sector. The placement agency has also raised capital for direct investments in wind energy over the year.

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