Feb 08 2023 @ 9:00 - 11:00

Accessing the Climate Tech Opportunity



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Umbra Capital Partners, 10 Lower James Street, London, W1F 9EL


Alexandra Huwyler



The role of innovation in climate transition

Climate tech as an investing theme is rapidly moving into the mainstream, but is still a highly dynamic and emerging space. How can investors navigate this area and begin to allocate capital to innovation that is profitably delivering real climate solutions?

Join us for this interactive session on the Climate Tech landscape with the team at Keeling Capital, who are building the on-ramp for investors into Climate Tech via a multi-manager strategy.

The session will take place at Umbra Capital Partners. Umbra Capital is a private merchant bank and wealth manager helping solve the biggest problems facing entrepreneurs, management teams and owners. Within wealth management, they are focused on providing a comprehensive offering at a fair cost. Their unique, tri-focus structure facilitates their wealth management clients exclusive access to their private capital deal flow.  

Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Time: 9 am – 11 am

Venue: Umbra Capital Partners, 10 Lower James Street, London, W1F 9ELn


  • Béla Hanratty, Founder and Partner at Keeling Capital. Béla was a co-founder and Head of Investments at Align17, an impact investing marketplace launched in partnership with UBS Wealth Management, where he was responsible for sourcing and manager selection. Prior to that, Béla spent eight years in UBS Investment Bank in sales and trading.
  • Ross Madden, Director, Investment Committee at Keeling Capital. Ross leads the climate tech and sustainable private investment strategy of a large UK family office. Previously, Ross was the CFO of two startups, where he advised the founders and management on fundraising alongside designing and executing their financial strategy. Preceding that, Ross was a part of the founding team and COO of a London-based multi-family office. Ross started his career working with Morgan Stanley in London.