Stefan den Doelder joined alternative investments firm North Sky Capital as a managing director based in Rotterdam, Netherlands, North Sky's first office in Europe, according to a news release.
"This feels like a reunion because we have known Stefan since 2006, worked with him on many LP advisory committees and collaborated with him so many times over the years, including on fund investments, secondaries and co-investments," said Scott Barrington, managing director and CEO, in the news release.
It is a new position, and Mr. Den Doelder will be working on North Sky's impact secondaries strategy, which invests in limited partnership interests in funds focusing on sectors that include clean technology/climate tech, waste and water, sustainable food and agriculture, and healthy living, spokesman Paul Lim said in an email.
"Stefan's hiring will enhance the firm's coverage of developed markets outside of North America, in particular the U.K., Europe and Israel," Mr. Lim said.
Mr. Den Doelder was a partner at money manager and adviser Stafford Capital Partners, where he was responsible for a $1 billion portfolio of sustainable and impact private equity funds and co-investments. Sean Palmer, Stafford spokesman could not be immediately provide information on Mr. Den Doelder's replacement.
North Sky has $1.7 billion in assets under management.