Mirova launches impact private equity fund

Marc Romano joined Mirova in July to launch this strategy

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Mirova has launched an impact private equity fund that invests in companies providing sustainable innovative solutions and technologies that contribute to the environmental transition.

The firm, which is an affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers, aims to raise €300m for the fund from institutional and private investors.   The Mirova Environment Acceleration Capital fund will focus on five main investment themes - smart cities, natural resources, agri-agro technologies, circular economy and clean energy.   $7.4trn and rising: Asset management's rush to private markets It will be managed by Marc Romano, Mirova's head of private equity impact, who joined the company in July 2021 specifically to launch this strategy. He will be supported by a team of five people ...

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