Swede to lead German asset manager's new impact venture in private markets

Golding Capital Partners has reeled in an experienced duo for its new impact investment venture that used to run their own boutique fund manager, with clients including SEB and the H&M foundation.

Andreas Nilsson and Nina Freudenberg has joined German asset manager Golding Capital Partners as Head of Impact and Director. | Photo: PR: Golding Capital Partners

Golding Capital Partners, a German alternatives specialist, is developing an impact investing venture and has hired Andreas Nilsson and Nina Freudenberg to lead it, according to a statement forwarded to AMWatch.

In their roles as Head of Impact and Director, Nilsson and Freudenberg will oversee Golding's global impact private equity product for institutional investors set for launch in the second half of 2021.

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