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Year Founded: 2002

AUM: $5.9M | Dry Powder: $64.4M

5th Floor 20 Old Bailey London EC4M 7AN England, UK

Founded in 2002, Platina Partners is an independent European investment firm investing primarily in private equity and across asset classes. Platina Energy Partners focuses on renewable energy infrastructure projects, mostly wind and solar

Key Contacts

  • Thomas Rottner

    Founder and Managing Partner

  • John Elliott

    Partner and Chief Financial Officer

  • Christophe Gicquel


Investment Preferences

  • Preferred Industries

    Electrical Equipment, Energy Equipment, Energy Services, Exploration, Production and Refining, Other Services (B2C Non-Financial)

  • Geographical Preference


  • Preferred Deal Types

    Buyout/LBO, Carveout, Management Buy-In, Management Buyout, PE Growth/Expansion

  • Other Investment Preferences

    Long-Term Investor, Seeks ESG investments, Will syndicate

Investments By Year

Source: Pitchbook

Funds Closed

Platina Energy III
Vintage: 2010

Size: $283.8M

Dry Powder: $49.6M 

Details: An infrastructure core fund that targets renewable energy, oil & gas, infrastructure, and industrial sectors

Platina Finance I
Vintage: 2007

Size: NA

Dry Powder: NA

Details: The fund seeks impact investments and targets business products and services, energy and industrials sector

Platina II
Vintage: 2007

Size: $81M

Dry Powder: $14.8M

Details: The fund targets commercial services and industrials sectors

Investments By Industry

Investments By Region

Source: Pitchbook

Key Investments

In December 2022, Centrilogic, via its financial sponsors Platina Partners, Long Point Capital, Stags Participations and TriSpan, acquired WatServ, a technology solutions provider, for an undisclosed sum. The acquisition will enable Centrilogic to strengthen its portfolio of strategic advisory, cloud, cybersecurity and application management services

In September 2022, Platina Partners acquired Boerenbed, an agrotourism services provider based in Netherlands. The details of the transaction were not disclosed

In March 2022, Platina Partners funded Everli, an online grocery delivery platform developer. Everli raised $146.3 million of Series C venture funding in a deal Co-led by Verlinvest and United Ventures alongside 10 other investors

In December 2020, Evocime, a provider of behavioral training, was acquired by Fitec, via its financial sponsor Platina Partners, through an LBO, for an undisclosed sum

In 2018, Platina Partners supported the management team of Green Lighthouse, a solar developer based in Bordeaux, to co-found the development company

In May 2016, Platina Energy Partners LLP, the renewable power arm of Platina Partners LLP agreed to a €50 million ($56.3 million) refinancing for a 20MW solar photovoltaic portfolio in Italy. The company secured the non-recourse long term financing from the Milan branch of ING Bank NV

In May 2016, Platina Energy Partners LLP secured £28 million of new funding in order to refinance 28MW Danu II wind farm portfolio, consisting of two operational 14MW on-shore wind farms in the UK, both constructed in 2009

In February 2016, Platina Partners provided development capital to the Lingbo wind plant. The plant can generate 210MW of wind energy for household and commercial purposes which is distributed through out Sweden

In September 2014, Platina Energy Partners bought a wind farm in Ireland from Quinn Insurance Ltd. The Slieve Rushen wind farm in County Fermanagh comprises 18 turbines for a total capacity of 54MW. The wind farm was bought through a competitive tender. The acquisition price remained undisclosed

In September 2010, Platina Partners invested in TAG Energy Solutions Ltd, a UK based project management and construction company. TAG Energy Solutions has extensive experience in the offshore energy industry and has expanded its capabilities to serve the growing renewable energy sector

In April 2010, Platina Partners LLP acquired Orites wind farm, an 82MW wind farm that is the first wind farm in Cyprus. The acquisition was made under European Renewable Energy Fund (EREF)

Other Details

Since its inception, Platina Partners has invested in four development platforms, operated more than 740MW of renewable assets across 48 investments, and deployed €1.3 billion. The company has invested in major solar PV and wind projects, predominantly in continental Europe and the UK.

Platina Partners focuses on Carveout, Management Buy-In and Management Buyout transactions. The firm typically targets investment in Europe.

123 Investment Managers, Arise, Ekium, ETF Partners, Rive Private Investment, TriSpan, Stags Participations, Idinvest Partners, Cube Infrastructure Managers, DN Capital, Unilever Ventures and Verve Ventures are some of the co-investors who invest alongside Platina Partners.

Source: Pitchbook, Company Website, Press Release