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The European Investment Fund (EIF) has signed a SEK 212 million participation in the “NVC Fund 1 AB”, Norrsken for short, an impact investing fund focusing on impact-driven enterprises using digital technologies to address societal challenges. The EIF participation

in the Fund was made possible under the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) of the Investment Plan for Europe and InnovFin Equity.

Launched in December last year, Norrsken has also received backing from Nordea, SEB, Ramsbury Invest (H&M Family office), Saminvest as well as a number of Swedish tech unicorn founders making it the largest early stage impact tech investor in Europe. With the EIF's participation the Fund reaches €91 million, out of a €100 million target size. The Fund team, which has a joint track record since 2017, has extensive experience in impact financing and supporting start-ups.

The Fund will invest in early stage tech start-ups that aim to provide solutions for the world's greatest challenges in areas such as climate, health, education and poverty, while also building profitable businesses. The Fund is associated with the Norrsken Foundation, which operates a co-working space for tech impact businesses in Stockholm.