About North Sky Capital

North Sky Capital is an independent registered advisory firm founded in 2000 to provide tailored private investment solutions for our clients. We continually assess the investment marketplace to proactively find global opportunities ahead of others while rediscovering and reinvigorating out-of-favor sectors, all with the goal to generate strong returns. To date, our tight-knit team has built more than a dozen innovative funds spanning the full spectrum of private equity and clean energy infrastructure.

Our client-first culture is demonstrated through our commitment to providing investors with detailed and transparent reporting on their investments with North Sky Capital. The investors we are proud to serve include endowments, foundations, Taft-Hartley pensions, governmental pensions, family offices and high-net-worth investors.

Our Mission

At North Sky Capital we strive for:

  • Accountability: to be good stewards of our clients' capital
  • Integrity: to always put our clients’ interests first
  • Results: to provide attractive risk-adjusted returns
  • Transparency: to keep our clients well-informed
  • Ingenuity: to stay at the leading edge of our industry through innovation and constant improvements

Timeline

2000

Established Team

Private Equity Partners I

Buyout and venture combined

2002

Became a Registered Investment Advisor

2003

Began Researching Cleantech Sector

2005

Private Equity Partners II

Comprised of buyout, venture and direct options

2006

Cleantech I

Dedicated clean technology strategy

2007

Private Equity Partners III

Comprised of venture and buyout options

2008

Private Equity Partners IV

Comprised of buyout, venture, cleantech and direct

2010

Alliance Fund I

Renewable energy infrastructure

Spun out of Piper Jaffray

Changed name to North Sky Capital

2013

Clean Growth Fund III

Focus on secondaries

2014

Private Equity Partners V

Buyout and venture

2015

Alliance Fund II

Renewable energy infrastructure

2016

Clean Growth Fund IV

Focused on secondaries