LONDON, June 14 (Reuters) - Sustainability data firm EcoVadis has raised $500 million to become one of the sector's first "unicorns", its co-chief executive told Reuters, as demand from companies to track their performance on environmental and social issues surges.
A unicorn is an unlisted firm valued at $1 billion or more.
The financing, led by private equity firms Astorg and BeyondNetZero, General Atlantic's climate investing arm, as well as Singapore's GIC and Princeville Capital, is the largest equity fundraising to date for such a company, EcoVadis said.
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