Stephen Lansdown backs private equity fund

Targeting sustainable UK businesses

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Hargreaves Lansdown co-founder Stephen Lansdown has backed a sustainable private equity fund investing in technology and manufacturing businesses.

The Nobel Sustainability Growth fund has been seeded with £100m and launched by Sustainable Technology Investors.  This is in partnership with the Nobel Sustainability Trust and SET3, a global investment group founded by Lansdown (pictured) and Gordon Power.  The institutional fund will make UK sustainable private equity investments to build technology, manufacturing, services and asset development businesses. It will be followed by other regional funds focused on resource efficiency, clean energy and sustainable technology.   Ravenscroft launches two funds; Lansdown appointed c...

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