Dutch investment firm opens office in Copenhagen

Early stage investor wants to grow its presence in the Nordic region, and has hired a former Capital Four director to head up the new office, which is its first outside its home market.

Bredgade in Copenhagen. | Photo: GOOGLE STREET VIEW

Early stage investment firm Foreman Capital, which is based in the Netherlands, is opening an office on Bredgade in the heart of Copenhagen and has appointed Martin Jacobsen as investment director and head of the office.

The main focus of his work will be the identification of new opportunities and hte development of successful Nordic companies.

Established in Amsterdam in 2005, Foreman Capital was founded by former management consultants Arent Fock and Guido ter Kuile, who wanted to invest their own money in early stage companies. 

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