2030 Finance | February 25, 2017

Sonen Capital raises $75 million to invest in sustainable real assets

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Sonen Capital has closed its first fund for investments in real assets like buildings, energy infrastructure and land.

The San Francisco-based investment manager already has made eight investments in affordable housing, clean energy, and timber in the U.S. Africa and Asia.

Launched in 2012, Sonen has nearly $400 million under management and impact investment strategies in fixed income, focused on green and community bonds, and publicly traded equities.

With partners like the KL Felicitas Foundation, the firm is known for its work encouraging transparency in impact portfolio performance.