Debevoise & Plimpton LLP has advised Fifth Wall in the $500 million close of its inaugural Early-Stage Climate Technology Fund (“Climate Fund”).
The Climate Fund focuses on making early-stage, venture capital and other pre-growth-stage investments in sustainability, decarbonization and climate change mitigation technologies aiming to decarbonize the real estate industry.
For full details, see the official release here.
The Debevoise team advising Fifth Wall was led by partner Matthew Dickman, and included international counsel Fatema Al-Arayedh, counsel Joe Binder and Daniel Sinrod, associate Janice Dah Eun Kim, and corporate staff attorney David Swiedler. Tax advice was provided by partner Matthew Saronson, counsel Adam Namm, and associates Martin Connor and Veronika Polakova. Regulatory advice was provided by international counsel Jin-Hyuk Jang, counsel Sheena Paul, and associate Jan Schoberwalter.