The article reports on research conducted using a global database of private equity investors. A keyword crawler was employed to categorize infrastructure-related terminology and identify private equity investors with links to them on their websites. The resulting Excel spreadsheet lists pertinent investors in this field, which may be useful for identification and engagement purposes.
One interesting fact about infrastructure investments in Denmark is the country’s significant focus on renewable energy, particularly wind power. Denmark is a global leader in wind energy and has invested heavily in both onshore and offshore wind farms.
In this article, we are introducing three interesting infrastructure-focused private equity funds from our keyword crawler-based infrastructure private equity investors list.
1. Gro (Copenhagen)
Gro Capital, a private equity company headquartered in Copenhagen and London, concentrates on scalable business models and investments offering substantial returns. Their investments usually range between €15 million to €90 million and are targeted towards companies in the Nordics, DACH, and Benelux regions, with a particular emphasis on growth momentum. Additionally, they strive to expand their portfolio companies into the US market. Regarding the area of infrastructure, the company successfully completed various acquisitions, such as Adform a leading provider of integrated advertising platforms globally, specializing in e-commerce management and infrastructure.
2. Aktive Ejere – Active Owners Denmark (Copenhagen)
Active Owners Denmark, located in Copenhagen, was founded in 2000 with the aim of enhancing Denmark’s attractiveness as a national and global investment destination. The organization strives to bolster the businesses, networks, and expertise of its members through diverse committees and activities. Members can influence industry progression and advocate for the advancement of venture capital and technology in Denmark.
3. CataCap (Copenhagen)
CataCap, a Copenhagen-based private equity firm, is recognized for its unique approach to investments and active ownership. CataCap operates actively in various fields, such as the area of infrastructure. One noteworthy instance of CataCap’s infrastructure investments is their partnership with Nordmark, a Danish firm specializing in creating precise machined solutions for large components, notably for the offshore wind energy sector. CataCap purchased a 65% interest in Nordmark with the objective of strengthening its market position and augmenting its international expansion.
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