Sustainable investing company backed by Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman eyes £20m AIM float

Anthony Kiedis is also a climate activist

Pedro Gonçalves
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Red Hot Chili Peppers lead vocalist Anthony Kiedis Credit:Wikimedia Commons
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Red Hot Chili Peppers lead vocalist Anthony Kiedis Credit:Wikimedia Commons

i(x) Net Zero, an American sustainable investing company backed by Anthony Kiedis, climate activist and lead vocalist of Red Hot Chili Peppers, is planning to list on London's AIM market.

The sustainable investing firm, which invests in companies focused on the energy transition and sustainability in the built environment, is looking to raise around £20m from an initial public offering on AIM later this month. i(x) Net Zero aims to provide investors capital growth with a "positive, scalable, measurable and sustainable impact" on the environment. Former Tory minister and MP Nick Hurd will be the chair. Former Lazard Asset Management executive Steve Oyer is the CEO. COP26: Can we trust investment industry climate pledges? Investors include Anthony Kiedis, climate acti...

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