SUSI Energy Transition Fund (OECD) (SETF), managed by SUSI Partners, has raised €300 million ($353 million) in investor commitments in a first close, marking the firm’s largest closing of any fund to date.
This brings SUSI Partners’ total investor assets under management to €1.5 billion ($1.7 billion), an increase of more than 40 percent since the beginning of 2020.
“Demand for our new flagship fund clearly exceeds our expectations, especially in these economically challenging times, and we are excited to welcome investors from new regions to our growing client base,” said Marius Dorfmeister, co-CEO and global head of clients at the firm. “Our fund offering is exclusively focused on sustainable energy infrastructure, with significant potential for CO2 savings and impact towards climate change mitigation.”
SETF’s investor base consists of pension funds, insurance companies and other institutions from Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, S