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Asset manager targets Nordic investors for new impact PE fund

New managing director and impact chief at Golding Capital Partners Andreas Nilsson hints that investors from his earlier business, Sonanz, may also be joining investment in Golding's upcoming global impact private equity fund of funds.

Managing director and head of impact at the Golding Capital Partners Andreas Nilsson. | Photo: Golding Capital Partners PR.

Asset manager Golding Capital Partners is in the last stages of finalizing the launch of its new global impact private equity fund of funds.

The intention of the asset manager, specializing in alternatives, is to structure its first impact fund as a private equity fund of funds with clearly defined sustainable investment objectives.

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