April 3, 2024 11:00 AM

Climate Tech Portfolio Fund III Launch

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Jacqueline van den Ende
Co-Founder & CEO
Liza Rubinstein
Co-Founder & Head of Impact
Wiebe Visser
Managing Director

We recently launched our Climate Tech Portfolio Fund III (CTPF III) following the successful close of Climate Tech Portfolio Fund II in February 2023. CTPF III allows you to invest in 7-10 carefully selected climate venture capital and private equity funds, building you a diversified portfolio of hundreds of breakthrough climate tech companies.

In this webinar, Jacqueline van den Ende (CEO), Liza Rubinstein (Head of Impact), and Wiebe Visser, (Managing Director), will discuss:

⚡️ The current state of climate technology
🕵️‍♀️ The climate venture capital and private equity fund landscape
💡 Carbon Equity's approach to selecting the best climate tech funds
📈 The design of Climate Tech Portfolio Fund III
🔭 The current fund pipeline and terms for CTPF III

Join us to learn more about the unique opportunity to invest in a highly diversified portfolio of breakthrough climate solutions alongside some of the world’s best venture capital, growth equity and buyout funds.

We look forward to seeing you there and answering any questions you may have.

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