Portland Private Equity publishes its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

Caribbean Basin
D├ęcembre 8, 2021

Portland Private Equity, a private equity fund management company focused on private equity growth opportunities in the Caribbean Basin has released its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) statement. Hulya Sogut, DEI Committee Chair of Portland Private Equity commented “We are excited to share our DEI statement, which is part of our commitment in promoting diversity within our firm and portfolio companies, fostering equality, and financial inclusion. Our DEI statement is part of our efforts towards clear policies, effective procedures, and measuring our targeted and real impact. We also are one of the founding members of the 2XCollaborative, a new global industry body supporting the 2XChallenge by promoting gender lens investing.”

Our DEI Statement

At Portland Private Equity, our mission is to grow remarkable, responsible and entrepreneurial businesses. We believe embracing diversity, equity and inclusion in our firm and across our portfolio supports this mission. We are a diverse private equity firm fostering equitable inclusion and non-discrimination since inception. Inclusion also forms part of our DNA - an inclusive culture makes room for varied perspectives, and promotes creativity and innovation resulting in better decisions.

We are committed to:

  1. strengthening further the equitable work environment at our firm and throughout our portfolio,
  2. advancing diversity in senior management and board seats across our companies, and
  3. championing the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion within our target region.

More information:

2XCollaborative
2XChallenge

Contact: 

For more information visit www.portlandpe.com or contact Douglas Hewson at dhewson@portlandpe.com.

About Portland Private Equity: 

Portland Private Equity is a private equity fund management company currently focused on private equity growth opportunities in the Caribbean, Central America, and Colombia through its management of the AIC Caribbean Fund and its successor, Portland Caribbean Fund II.