PKA’s independent private equity firm fails to attract external assets but has new investment task 

Ambitious goals of doubling assets under management in two years after an approval from the FSA to attract external investors have been put aside as IIP Denmark has been busy with a new investment task from its founder, Danish pension company PKA.

Anette Eberhard, managing partner at IIP Denmark. | Photo: PR-foto PKA

When PKA's private equity investment unit got approval from the Danish FSA last year to attract external investors and changed its name to IIP Denmark, its Managing Partner, Anette Eberhard, had big dreams of doubling assets under management within two years.

But this goal has been put on hold – at least for a while, she tells AMWatch.   

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