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ClimateInvest Podcast: Privilege Finance, Anaerobic Digestion and the Battle to Reduce Carbon Emissions

ClimateInvest Podcast: Privilege Finance, Anaerobic Digestion and the Battle to Reduce Carbon Emissions

This month on the Prestige ClimateInvest podcast we spoke to Chris Winward, CEO of Privilege Finance, and Marketing Manager Stevie Leeks. Privilege Finance is 20 years old and has been lending to the agricultural area throughout that period, but 10 years ago diversified into financing projects which help reduce carbon and mitigate against climate change.

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COP26 Represents Private Debt’s Golden Opportunity

COP26 Represents Private Debt’s Golden Opportunity

The private debt sector is now mature and sophisticated enough to be able to play a much more important role in the battle against climate change. Following the conclusion of the COP26 conference, it has become increasingly clear that private finance will be required for a good proportion of the necessary changes to the way

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ClimateInvest Podcast: UK Clean Energy and Biogas Financing (Craig Reeves)

ClimateInvest Podcast: UK Clean Energy and Biogas Financing (Craig Reeves)

This in the first in our series of podcasts featuring discussions with institutional investors and fund managers regarding investments and how they can assist in the battle against climate change and the achievement of net zero carbon emissions. In our premier episode, former FT journalist Stuart Fieldhouse speaks with Craig Reeves, founder of alternative investment

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PRESTIGE FUNDS – Lending Partner to finance Landmark UK Green  Gas Project

PRESTIGE FUNDS – Lending Partner to finance Landmark UK Green Gas Project

Privilege Finance, one of the dedicated, specialist Finance Arrangers to Prestige Funds is leading a GBP 17 million project in Attleborough, Norfolk, UK which will see the town become one of the first to be supplied mainly with green gas. The landmark green energy infrastructure project will see 100,000 tonnes of food waste collected from

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