Systemiq Capital is a Europe-based fund that connects fast-growing climate change innovators to its global network of follow-on companies, decision-makers and investors to enable early market adoption. It supports businesses that, if scaled, can drive systemic change in four areas central to the fight against climate change: sustainable food and materials, clean transportation, climate intelligence and finance, and climate restoration.
Partner Ian Warner led the Pinsent Masons team which included Rebecca Clark, Ceit Macmillan, Richard Croker and with Luxembourg advice led by Mark Shaw, a fund partner in the new Pinsent Masons Luxembourg practice.
Commenting on the deal, Ian Warner said: “We are proud to work with the most ambitious and innovative fund managers such as Systemiq Capital who are shaping the future and supporting early-stage climate tech companies that accelerate the transition to a resilient and clean environment. and just the global economy. This new fund has the potential to invest in some really exciting new companies and technologies and we are proud to have contributed to this.
Jessica Stewart of Systemiq Capital added: “We really enjoyed working with the entire Pinsent team on the creation of the new fund. They provided us with practical, business and market-driven advice through all stages of the fundraising and went to great lengths to work with us to ensure a successful first closing.