- Serverius is the third investment from CapMan Nordic Infrastructure II fund
- CapMan is a Nordic private asset firm based in Helsinki
- The firm has €5bn in assets under management
CapMan Infra has invested in Serverius, a Dutch IT infrastructure provider, with plans to build a northern European data centre platform.
No financial details of the transaction were disclosed.
Serverius is headquartered in Gelderland, the Netherlands. The company has three operating data centres in the Netherlands.
Serverius is the third investment via CapMan Nordic Infrastructure II fund, following investments in Skarta Energy and Napier.
“This is an important first step of building a larger international platform,” said Harri Halonen, partner at CapMan Infra. “Together with Serverius we are set to develop the governance, administration and client focus of the business in order to accelerate growth.”
Serverius is CapMan Infra’s first investment in a planned data centre platform providing European-wide connectivity, according to a release.
CapMan, based in Helsinki, is a Nordic private asset firm with an active approach to value creation. The firm has €5 billion in assets under management.