ABN AMRO is acquiring a stake in INNAX through its Sustainable Impact Fund (SIF). INNAX is a Dutch company that advises clients and offers solutions for improving the sustainability of buildings, for example by making them more energy-efficient.
INNAX is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. In the past three decades, INNAX has grown to become a major player in the market for improving the sustainability of buildings. The company employs around 250 people and has growth ambitions. Frederik Deutman, co-head of ABN AMRO SIF: “We know INNAX well because the bank has worked intensively with it for several years to Paris-proof its own buildings. The opportunity arose to acquire shares in INNAX and we seized it. We are also making growth capital available. INNAX is a wonderful, established company that is active in a market with great potential and that fits in well with the scope of the Sustainable Impact Fund.”
Philip Blaauw, director and founder of INNAX: “We are very pleased with SIF’s investment and look forward to working with them and ABN AMRO to live up to our mission: to help improve the sustainability of the built environment. Together we can create sustainable impact on the urgently needed steps required to put eco-friendly intentions into action.”