Asia stands at the forefront of many climate initiatives. Across Asia-Pacific (APAC), more than 15 countries and 670 companies have set (or are committed to setting) emission-reduction targets, thereby creating new investment opportunities in green technology, according to McKinsey. But it must not be overlooked that the region also benefits from an extensive nature-based capital asset that can play a significant role in contributing to worldwide net zero, while simultaneously preserving biodiversity and ecosystem functions.
It is our view that climate-tech investment has multiplied in a very short space of time – so much so that over the next year or two, climate-related tech investing will become the single biggest tech investment area worldwide.
DAI Magister and its partners alone have advised on over 50 transactions within the climate sector. Our landmark deals include multiple funding and M&A typically $50m-$500m in EV mobility, electronics, renewables tech, circular economy, logistics, agri-tech, space tech, and most recently we advised on the $75m fundraise for M-Kopa and advised PEG Africa on their merger with Bboxx.
Meet our team. Between them they have over 30 years global experience in growth financings and sell-side M&A services in the UK, Europe, Asia and emerging markets, with a focus on climate, fintech, communications and tech enabled commerce.