In April this year, Kartesia announced that it would acquire a majority of the share capital of leading European industrial process heating equipment business Babcock Wanson, having already been a minority investor for the five years during which
The private debt model has continued to display its resilience to the impact of the coronavirus which, despite the encouraging rollout of vaccines and lifting of global lockdown restrictions, continues to bring volatility to public equity and fixe
This year has seen Kartesia hit new highs when it comes to both fundraising and deployment of capital, with the closing of our KCO V and KSO I funds this year giving us €2.5bn to invest in Europe’s most innovative and robust companies.
Since the founding of Kartesia in 2013 we have been working hard to ensure the long-term sustainability of our business, its operations and our portfolio companies. After months of hard work, in June we were delighted to issue our first ever Sustainability Report, recognition of the increasing importance of ESG issues for our employees, investors and other stakeholders.
Dutch healthcare group Intergrin has obtained a c.€50 million unitranche loan, provided by Kartesia, to refinance existing debt and to further support the growth of different healthcare and wellbeing initiatives of the company.