BNP Paribas acquires majority stake in Denmark-based investment boutique

Mark Battersby
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BNP Paribas Asset Management is expanding its private markets and sustainability offering through the acquisition of a Danish natural resources specialist which oversees more than €5.5bn of woodland investments. In a statement on 8 December the French-headquartered investment house said it had bought for an undisclosed sum a majority stake in International Woodland Company, which specialises in woodland and agricultural investments. "Private finance clearly has a role to play in addressing the challenges of increasing and protecting natural capital, as well as appealing to institution...

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