Rockefeller Foundation and PIDG back Acre with catalytic capital

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Rockefeller Foundation and the Private Infrastructure Development Group have agreed to make a catalytic capital investment on Acre Impact Capital, a London-based impact-focused investment manager focused on growth-stage, climate-aligned infrastructure opportunities in emerging markets. The amount of capital being invested had not yet been disclosed as we went to press.

The capital from the investment will be used by Acre to support the launch of a number of private debt impact funds targeting the export finance market as well as to accelerate Acre’s own strategic growth plans.

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