Carpediem Capital is an Indian private equity fund manager focused on the India consumption opportunity through investments in emerging SME (small and medium enterprise) leaders. Carpediem Capital’s investments are centered on two broad consumption themes - companies that are creating consumer brands or are providing organized services that have been traditionally unorganized and fragmented.
Led by senior professionals, Carpediem Capital has a strong team with a clear vision to best leverage this opportunity. The senior team has both investing and operational skills, and has rich experience and deep understanding of the sectors it focuses on.
Nordic Microfinance Initiative (NMI) was established in 2008 in Oslo, Norway as a partnership between the public sector and private investors. Norfund and IFU, the Norwegian and Danish governmental investment funds for developing countries, represent the Norwegian and Danish States. The private investors are DNB Livsforsikring, Ferd, KLP, Storebrand and TD Veen.
NMI is registered with The Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway as Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM). NMI's overall goal is to strengthen the position of the poor in developing countries by helping to create jobs and prosperity on a sustainable basis. NMI combines existing experience in the field of microfinance and international development cooperation, with the capital strength and financial experience of institutional investors.