The private equity fund Difko is on the brink of some big, innovative changes.
As EjendomsWatch wrote last week, the newly-hired CEO Niels Jørgen Pedersen is set to lead the 42-year-old fund in a new direction. Not only will the fund make more sustainable investments in solar cells and wind turbines, but the team also believes customers should have a say in their investments – which could be achieved through crowdfunding.
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