CIP closes new fund at USD 700 million

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has closed the first investment round of its new fund aimed at renewable energy ventures in Asia and Latin America.

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Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has raised USD 700m in the first investment round for its new fund, which closed May 9, CIP informs in a press release.

The new Copenhagen Infrastructure New Markets Fund I K/S (CI NMF I) is aimed at renewable energy investments, mainly in Asia and Latin America. The new fund's investors include institutional players such as Nordic pension funds PensionDanmark, ATP, Kommunal Landspensjonskasse and Lægernes Pension.

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