- Gothenburg (Sweden) or Nairobi (Kenya)
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About the team and your role:
We are looking for an investment manager to join us as at Trine. You will report directly to the Head of Investments and you will be responsible for growing the companies investment pipeline. You will be instrumental for Trine’s growth across its entire portfolio. This is an opportunity to be part of a high performing team at a pivotal time in Trine’s growth.
The responsibility of the Investments Team at Trine is to source and assess the most bankable and scalable solar energy companies globally for debt funding. The team members are highly motivated individuals working independently and collaboratively, spread across different cities and time zones, currently Nairobi and Stockholm.
Location: Gothenburg (HQ) or Nairobi
You would be responsible for:
– Representing TRINE for borrowers and external stakeholders globally.
– Initiating, building and maintaining relationships with borrowers.
– Travelling extensively for due diligence trips.
– Using crowd-funded finance as a creative problem solving tool.
We are looking for:
A person that has a passion for and at least 3 years of experience in finance for emerging markets . You enjoy the fast-paced, ever-changing landscape of alternative investments and you are a problem solver and jet-setter. You can be located anywhere in Europe or Africa really, as long as you adore travelling all over the world!
Trine (trine.com) offers scalable, tailor-made finance for the off-grid solar sector. We do that by making it easy for people to invest in solar energy in growing markets. Our mission is to give people a triple return on investment – earn a profit while making a social and environmental impact. Around 8 800 investors have already injected €23 million into 26 companies worldwide. The investments have resulted in around 500 000 people getting access to electricity while avoiding 32 000 tons of CO emissions. Investors have been repaid over €3 million to date