Cyberhedge, a company that calculates cyber risk in shareholder value terms for over 7000 global corporations, is pleased to announce the Luxembourg Future Fund (LFF) as a new investor. The LFF has been set up by the Société Nationale de Crédit et d’Investissement (SNCI) and the European Investment Fund (EIF), who acts as an advisor to LFF. EIF is a member of the European Investment Bank Group, the world’s largest multilateral lender.
The LFF, which focuses on investment opportunities aiming at supporting the diversification of the economy of Luxembourg, has selected Cyberhedge as one of its pioneering direct investments. The financing was part of a co-investment agreement with Paladin Capital (Paladin), a leading global cyber and technology focused private equity firm. Paladin is Cyberhedge’s lead investor.