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Summa Equity Chooses DealCloud

Summa Equity, a lower mid-market private equity firm headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, has selected DealCloud to better track and manage deal flow and relationships. Summa Equity’s investment strategy is thematic and aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), investing in companies that address global challenges.


“We are excited to partner with DealCloud,” said Christian Melby at Summa Equity. “Our team chose this platform as it is one of the most solid and complete CRM offerings for private equity on the market today. We look forward to the implementation and further streamlining our investment processes.”


Summa Equity is a thematically focused private equity firm, focusing on Resource Efficiency, Changing Demographics, and Tech-enabled Businesses. Summa Equity was formed with the purpose of investing in companies that offer solutions to their social, environmental and business challenges and thus have strong value creation potential.


“The team at Summa Equity is committed to driving global change and achieving optimal outcomes,” said Mike Santos, Head of Client Development for DealCloud’s EMEA operations. “We are proud that their team has selected DealCloud to manage deal flow, relationships, and business development.”


About DealCloud
DealCloud, an Intapp company, provides a single-source deal, relationship, and firm management platform to enable over 900 clients to power their deal-making process from strategy to origination to execution. We offer fully configurable solutions purpose-built for the complex relationships and structures of private equity and growth capital firms, investment banks, private and publicly traded companies, debt capital providers, and other investors. For more information, visit


About Summa Equity
Founded in 2016, Summa Equity is a growth investment firm based in Stockholm, Sweden. The firm seeks to invest in companies addressing global social, environmental and business challenges. Summa Equity has raised two funds, and have a total AuM of SEK 14bn. For more information, please visit