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Episode #165 — 03 March 2020 Private Equity in the Water Sector with Cimbria Capital

with Brian Iversen

Brian Iversen, founder and managing partner of Cimbria Capital, pulls back the curtain on private equity in the water sector in this fascinating episode. Plus, Reese Tisdale joins us for another Bluefield on Tap session talking pipe materials and plastics. Settle in for a great episode!

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • Why Brian believes the water sector is ripe for investment
  • The role of growth capital/private equity capital in fostering water-related businesses
  • Brian’s take on the current state of the water sector
  • How the water sector is a commodity driven market with upstream, downstream and midstream components
  • The difference between private equity and venture capital & why venture capital doesn’t work as well as private equity in the water sector
  • Why Brian believes investors are still trying to figure the water sector out
  • Why Brian believes management teams and business models are key elements of water sector investing
  • Brian’s thoughts on impact investing, ESG & resiliency investing

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