#BOFaces – Meet Kaspars

24/03/2021 Blog

The #BOFaces series introduced you to the people making up BlueOrchard’s dedicated team, spread out across our international offices. This week, we had the pleasure of speaking with Kaspars Delins, our Head of Origination and Structuring in Private Debt based in the Tbilisi office.
We took this opportunity to learn about the private side of Kaspars, his hobbies and motivations for working at BlueOrchard.

Kaspars, what do you like most at BlueOrchard?

My wife tells me that I am “free-spirited”. At BlueOrchard I feel at home surrounded by like-minded people working towards the great cause.

Why did you join BlueOrchard?

I knew that I wanted to work again in the impact finance sector. I knew some people in the Company from my previous professional engagements. Joining BlueOrchard was a conscious choice and I am still grateful for the opportunity.

What do you like most about working in the impact investing industry?

I appreciate the chance to work with advanced investment professionals that are also great people and colleagues. I find many like-minded people in our industry that share a passion to work towards helping global communities and the planet.

What motivates you?

Seeing results of my work. Realizing how this impacts communities and makes people around me feel better. And then at the end of the day, I can be a proud dad for my kids.

What do you enjoy most about working at BO?

BlueOrchard offers a truly global reach and learning experience. I enjoy “doing good” coupled with the best-in-class investment process execution.

What is your passion besides BO?

In my next life, I will be a professional athlete. Promise! I almost made it this time in my earlier years… I love competing and pushing towards new boundaries. Nowadays it is casual sports for me like skiing and tennis or traveling to explore some old castle or church.

What is your personal ambition for the year?

Exercise at least 30% of the rate achieved during the “BlueOrchard Charity run” month.

Thank you, Kaspars!