- Anthesis is a sustainably consultancy firm founded in 2013
- Tikehau makes the investment through the group’s private equity decarbonisation strategy
- Tikehau Capital in headquartered in Paris
Tikehau Capital has announced an investment in Anthesis, a global pure-play sustainability consultancy firm, on behalf of its funds under management. The minority investment is made alongside Carlyle, Anthesis’ employee shareholders and Palatine.
Headquartered in London, Anthesis offers sustainability services which include developing and activating sustainability strategies, enhancing digital capabilities, implementing carbon reduction plans and creating purpose-led communications. The company’s has over 4000 clients across corporate, financial, and governmental sectors.
Tikehau Capital’s makes the investment through the group’s private equity decarbonisation strategy, its thirteenth investment to date.
“In a very short timeframe, Anthesis has established itself as a leader in sustainability and a key enabler of impact across the globe,” Corinne Philipps, head of UK Private Equity at Tikehau Capital. “As established investors in decarbonisation and sustainability, we are convinced that Anthesis has the right culture, nimbleness and expertise to guide its customers through their decarbonisation journeys, in a complex regulatory environment.”
Tikehau Capital is a global alternative asset management group with €41.1 billion of assets under management as of June 30. The firm is based in Paris, France.
Carlyle, based in Washington DC, is a global investment firm with $385 billion of assets under management as of June 30.