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Norfund is the Norwegian Investment Fund for developing countries and is owned and funded by the Norwegian Government. Norfund’s mandate is defined by the Norfund Act of 1997 which states that Norfund’s role is to assist in building sustainable businesses and industries in developing countries by providing equity capital and other risk capital. Norfund’s main investment region is Sub-Saharan Africa. Norfund also invests in selected countries in Asia and Latin America.

Ranking position
#129 /395
Total score
16.4 /100
Development finance institutions #10
Measurement area Score Rank (0-395)

Governance and strategy

5.9 /40 #162

Respecting planetary boundaries

4.7 /30 #111

Adhering to societal conventions

5.8 /30 #106

Leading practices

Risks and opportunities

More about the company

Results 2021
Total assets: NOK 32.5 billion
Ownership structure
Number of employees

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