Time-constrained ex-Danske Capital CEO quits venture fund for board work and own firm

The former CEO of Danske Capital Niels-Ulrik Mousten will no longer be taking part in the venture fund N2F.

Niels-Ulrik Mousten. | Photo: PR/New Nordic Advisors

Niels-Ulrik Mousten, who used to be in charge of Danske Capital, is withdrawing from a venture capital fund which he has helped found, writes AMWatch' brand-new sister media KapitalWatch.

Few years ago, Mousten help found the Nordic Secondary Fund, N2F, in collaboration with Peter Sandberg and Frank Lyhne.

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