The main shareholders of Lefdal Mine Datacenter are the Columbia Threadneedle European Sustainable Infrastructure Fund and Professor Friedhelm Loh.
The Columbia Threadneedle European Sustainable Infrastructure Fund (ESIF)
ESIF is an open-ended, evergreen infrastructure fund that invests in European mid-market equity assets, managed by leading global asset management firm Columbia Threadneedle Investments. Columbia Threadneedle manages investments for individual investors, financial advisers and wealth managers, as well as institutions such as pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and endowments & foundations. The firm has more than 2000 people, including over 450 investment professionals, and invests across all major asset classes and markets.
Professor Friedhelm Loh
Professor Friedhelm Loh leads and owns a group of companies that provide software, products and services to a range of industries including switchgear manufacturing, power distribution, steel and plastics. The group has most recently relied on 12,500 employees, 80 global subsidiaries and realised annual revenue of around €2.6 billion. The largest company in the group, Rittal, supplies enclosures, climate-control technology, power distribution components and IT infrastructure. Software and cloud solutions are rendered via German Edge Cloud, EPlan, and Cideon . Professor Friedhelm Loh serves as honorary president of the ZVEI, a German electronics and electric manufacturers’ association.