Cimbria Capital, a Houston-based private equity firm, has opened a new office at the Global Water Center in Walker’s Point.

The Global Water Center building in Walker’s Point.

It will be the second office for the firm, which conducts growth capital and early stage buyout investments focused on the agribusiness and water sectors in North America and Europe.

“We are very excited to expand Cimbria’s influence in private equity with our new office with The Water Council,” said Brian Iversen, managing partner of Cimbria Capital. “We look forward to contributing our transatlantic finance capabilities and management expertise to the talented network of water investors, companies, and professionals utilizing The Water Council as a designated cluster of collaboration.” Read the full story here.