Nordic impact investor keeps growing, opens US office

Summa Equity is opening its second office outside the Nordics in 2022. The private equity investor recently raised USD 2.3bn for its third fund which invests in companies that seek to solve major challenges.

Summa founder and Managing Partner Reynir Indahl, | Photo: PR / Summa Equity

Nordic private equity manager Summa Partners is opening an office in the US as the firm’s first outside Europe.

Whereas Summa, founded in 2016, stayed focused on the Nordic market for its first two funds, the company’s investment mandate was expanded for the recently launched third fund worth USD 2.3bn to include the DACH countries, the Benelux region, and the US.

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