'No shortage of investors': Zouk Capital raises £80m in second close of Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund

Cecilia Keating
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No. 1 Millbank, built for the Church Commissioners in Westminister by W. D. Caroe; sold to the House of Lords in 2005. Credit:  Kurt Bauschardt
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No. 1 Millbank, built for the Church Commissioners in Westminister by W. D. Caroe; sold to the House of Lords in 2005. Credit: Kurt Bauschardt

The government has matched a £40m investment anchored by the Church Comissioners for England, bringing the fund's total deployable capital to £150m.

Sustainable investment specialist Zouk Capital has announced it has raised £80m in the second close of the state-backed Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund (CIIF). The Church Commissioners for England...

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