Climate Change Capital
|Private Limited Company|
|Industry||Carbon Finance, M&A, Corporate and Project Finance Advice|
|Headquarters||London, United Kingdom|
|Worldwide, predominately Europe and Asia|
|Products||Investments, Funds Management, Advice on Corporate Finance, Project Finance and M&A Transactions|
Climate Change Capital is a private asset management and advisory group founded in 2003 by Lionel Fretz and James Cameron to support efforts to develop solutions to climate change and resource depletion.
The company established an advisory group in 2004 to provide financial, strategic and policy advice to energy-intensive industries, financial institutions, cleantech companies and governments.
The asset management business, which was established in 2005, includes a carbon finance fund that invests in emission reduction projects, predominantly in developing countries, a private equity fund that invests in late stage technology and services companies headquartered in Europe and a property fund that buys commercial green buildings or retrofits existing commercial properties in the United Kingdom.
The company's think tank was established in 2009 to promote discussion of how capital can be deployed to mitigate and adapt to climate change.
In 2006, the group launched the world's largest private sector carbon fund.
Climate Change Capital’s chairman is James Cameron, a member of General Electric's ecomagination board, a trustee member of the UK Green Building Council and the Carbon Disclosure Project. Climate Change Capital's CEO is Eric Alsembach who also serves as the managing director of the Bunge Asset Management group.
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- "Bunge Limited Completes Acquisition Of Climate Change Capital". Reuters. Retrieved 15 April 2013.
- Climate Change Capital (Company Website)