Our value-based investment focus ensures that our return is generated in a responsible and sustainable way. By doing so, we bridge value-based investing and philanthropic activities.
We build individual investment portfolios balancing risk and return and the families’ personal preferences, private activities and philanthropic work. We have specific, dedicated structures for private equity as well as venture investing in both Europe and Southeast Asia, co-owned asset management companies and global investment structures. In addition, we have access to a global, highly qualified network of specialists covering all relevant asset classes.
We generate attractive returns by investing in carefully selected economic trends and by acting quickly when the opportunity arises. We prefer positive to negative screening in order for the investments to contribute both an attractive return and a positive lasting footprint.
Our approach requires in-depth knowledge of the changes and challenges we are facing. These include climate change, inequality, demographic changes, populism and geopolitical tension as well as the transformation and the opportunities, which the global digital revolution creates for companies, consumers and society.
This understanding is generated with the help of an excellent information- and investment network within politics, research, economics and diplomacy. A network which ensures that North-East is always ahead of the curve.
We have established a unique and exclusive structure of funds, providing our families with access to an extremely competitive set of instruments not available to private investors elsewhere. The structure reflects our values and business principles and is cost-efficient, transparent, flexible and globally available.
We manage our families’ assets based on the difference, which a given investment can make in the world, and we report and evaluate based on both financial return and impact on the environment and society.
North-East Family Office Asset Management is regulated by the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority.