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Korona Invest is a registered alternative investments fund manager regulated by the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority. Korona addresses corporate responsibility issues in its own operations and monitors its portfolio companies to ensure that they operate responsibly in regard to environmental, social and governance issues.
Korona looks for companies that have a sound business strategy, a talented, experienced and committed management team, the potential to achieve a strong market position, predictable and stable cash flows, and significant prospects for growth.
Korona Invest is a management company with total capital commitments of EUR 143 million and three private equity funds.
Investors in Korona’s funds include Sitra, a number of Finnish foundations, four insurance companies and a number of other private investors.
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Wunder, an international full-service digital agency operating in several European countries, will boost its growth with Korona. Operating in Finland, UK, Germany, Estonia, and Latvia, Wunder is seeking strong growth opportunities. Today, a fund managed by Korona Invest, will become a major shareholder of Wunder. The company, which focuses on online business, agile methods and open source systems, aims to increase its turnover many times over.
Pekka Tammela, Jouni Pohjonen and Juho Mäkiaho joined Korona as new partners with the establishment of the third fund. Korona Invest’s third fund, Korona Fund III Ky, amassed €33.5 million by its first closing. Korona Invest looks forward to increasing the fund capital for funding growth companies to at least €50 million. Korona Invest doubled its number of partners when three more partners joined the team. Pekka Tammela and Jouni Pohjonen started working for Korona as investment directors at the beginning of October. At the same time, Juho Mäkiaho, who has worked for Korona as analyst, was appointed as an associate…
The targeted fund capital is to reach €50 million Korona Invest amassed €33.5 million at the first closing of its third fund to Korona Fund III Ky. By including new investors interested in funding Finnish growth companies, Korona Invest looks forward to increasing the fund capital to at least €50 million. At the first closing of the fund, the old investors include the Finnish Cultural Foundation, the Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation, Fennia, Sitra, Orion Pension Fund and Tradeka-Invest and, as new investors, a number of wealthy Finnish families through their holding companies.