Asset manager hunts for partners for sustainable VC fund

Finding the right partner is now the biggest challenge for Curo Capital, which wants to raise DKK 500m (EUR 67m) for a sustainable venture capital fund. The new board is a big step towards this, says partner Malene Bason.

Curo Capital Partner Malene Bason | Photo: Future impact/PR

Asset manger Curo Capital, formerly Atrium Kapitalforvaltning, is still hoping to raise DKK 500m (EUR 67m) for a sustainable venture capital fund, despite a delay. The groundwork has been done, the analysis tools have been sharpened, and a new board with the right competencies is in place - the final challenge is finding the right venture partner.

Curo Capital partner Malene Bason revealed the firm's vision to launch a Nordic venture capital fund supporting sustainable startups to AMWatch's sister media KapitalWatch back in May 2020. More than a year later, however, funds have still not been raised.

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