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Equity fund: Green has become a guarantee – not a risk

INTERVIEW: Just a few years ago, capital fund Glennmont Partners was sold on the idea that investments in sustainable energy were a safe bet. Today, investors are lining up, while conventional energy is seen as a direct road to losses.

LONDON

The view of London's financial district from Glennmont Partners' meeting room on the 12th floor does not disappoint. Meanwhile, the light, elegant furniture, the polished conference table, and the freshly-brewed cappuccino brought in by the assistant could just as easily make up the interiors at Goldman Sachs, HSBC, or Deutsche Bank.

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