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North Sky adds to Impact Secondaries team

North Sky Capital (North Sky), a specialist in impact investing, has appointed Nate Condon as a Senior Associate in the firm’s Impact Secondaries practice.

“Nate’s private equity skills, insights and can-do attitude will be a prodigious addition to the secondaries team,” says Scott Barrington, CEO. “Over the last two years, we have experienced a significant increase in demand for both of our investment strategies—sustainable infrastructure and impact secondaries—and Nate is one of several planned, highly-selective new hires we are making. The impact secondaries marketplace is expanding rapidly, and North Sky is uniquely positioned to find and invest in high growth companies and portfolios across four important themes: cleantech/climatech, sustainable food/ag, waste/water and healthcare.”

Nate joins North Sky from Thrivent Private Investments, where he sourced, analysed and invested in private equity funds and co-investments. Prior to Thrivent, Nate worked as an Investment Banking Analyst at Vermillion Capital. He received a Bachelor of Science in Finance & Accounting from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, where he was a four-year letterwinner and Captain of the University of Minnesota Men’s Hockey Team in 2014.

“We are very pleased that Nate has joined our team,” says Tom Jorgensen, Principal at North Sky. “His experience in deal execution and evaluating risk/reward outcomes will be of immediate benefit to our impact secondaries strategy, particularly with respect to LP secondary and secondary direct transactions.”

“North Sky has been in the vanguard of private markets impact investing since this marketplace started in 2005,” says Nate.  “I have been watching them with keen interest for some time.  I am thrilled to join this dynamic team and am looking forward to helping them achieve great investment outcomes for the investors in their funds.”

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