Feldberg to ramp up sustainable projects after expansion
Feldberg Capital plans to ramp up its sustainable real estate investing after acquiring a UK firm.
The German investment manager this week announced the acquisition of UK firm Brunswick Property Partners, a specialist in sustainable real estate projects.
Brunswick’s AKOYA venture invests in the sustainable refurbishment of London workplaces (such as Power Road Studios, Chiswick, pictured above) in partnership with a sovereign wealth fund.
Feldberg CEO Rodney Bysh said: “We will undertake sustainable real estate developments throughout Western Europe, adhering to ESG principles and delivering value to both users and investors.”
The expanded company will invest in projects with positive environmental and social impact in Germany, the UK and Benelux.
Brunswick founding partner David Turner, now head of investment at Feldberg, said: “The acquisition by Feldberg provides us with the opportunity to apply our expertise to a broader geographical area. Together, we aim to develop the strengthened Feldberg platform into a leading impact-oriented investor in Europe, with the possibility of acquiring additional European asset managers.”