In this video interview, Pierre Abadie, Group Climate Director at Tikehau Capital, a partner of World Climate Summit (WCS), talks us through Tikehau Capital’s approach and initiatives as an alternative asset manager. He explains how Tikehau Capital is contributing to the decarbonisation of the global economy and describes the main objectives of the Group’s private equity regenerative agriculture strategy. Pierre also emphasises the importance of the WCS platform for public and private sectors.
At World Climate Summit - The Investment COP 2022, Pierre Abadie contributed to Panel Session “Finance for Nature: How to Increase Financial Flows for Nature-Positive Solutions”. Watch the interview:
About Tikehau Capital
Tikehau Capital is a global alternative asset management group with €37.5 billion of assets under management (at 30 September 2022). Tikehau Capital has developed a wide range of expertise across four asset classes (private debt, real assets, private equity and capital markets strategies) as well as multi-asset and special opportunities strategies. Tikehau Capital is a founder-led team with a differentiated business model, a strong balance sheet, proprietary global deal flow and a track record of backing high quality companies and executives. Deeply rooted in the real economy, Tikehau Capital provides bespoke and innovative alternative financing solutions to companies it invests in and seeks to create long-term value for its investors, while generating positive impacts on society.
Learn more: www.tikehaucapital.com
About Pierre Abadie
Pierre Abadie is Group Climate Director at Tikehau Capital and Co-head of the Group's private equity energy transition and decarbonisation practice. He has over 20 years of experience in the energy and energy transition sectors. Pierre previously worked at TotalEnergies for 16 years, most notably in the Gas and Renewables division, before joining Tikehau Capital. As Group Climate Director, Pierre leads Tikehau Capital’s Climate Action Centre, a platform that harnesses financial innovation and focuses on decarbonisation, biodiversity, sustainable agriculture and food, the circular economy and sustainable consumption. Pierre trained as an engineer at the Ecole Centrale and is a graduate of IFP Energie Nouvelle and holds a degree in physics from the Sorbonne University.