Boston, MA – With a wave of institutional ESG investors flooding the street and retail investors speaking up to have their investment portfolios represent the causes they care about, Breiter Planet Capital has seen significant growth in investors over the past year.
Breiter Planet Capital invests in commercial and utility-scale solar assets, commercial and industrial real estate, and private equity. They have established an investment philosophy that attracts investors ranging from high net worth individuals to institutional investors, pension funds, and all the way up to sovereign wealth funds seeking to diversify out of oil and gas exposure.
With the largest asset managers of the world, including Blackrock, Vanguard, and State Street all building out ESG funds and committing to applying ESG principles to the companies they own and the funds they manage, Breiter Planet is certainly not alone in providing and making ESG investments.
In a recent interview with Andrew Breiter-Wu, President and Investment Manager of Breiter Planet Capital, it was asked how he plans to reach such a large goal for assets under management by 2030 and he explained:
“I know it’s a large target but I have no question in our ability to hit $100B AUM based on our investment philosophy, the global deal flow of solar and real estate assets coming into our company, and significant inbound investors wanting to invest larger and larger ticket sizes. At the end of the day, investors and everyday people, know that a massive investment has to be made into the health of people across the globe, combating climate change, and addressing the massive wealth inequalities being faced in our world today. This is the best time to become a global stakeholder and invest in the future of our world.”
Hearing from Wall Street and private investors already invested with Breiter Planet Capital, there is certainly excitement and commitment coming from them to achieve Andrew Breiter-Wu’s significant asset management targets.