Danish investors form new investment club for infrastructure investments

New fund will invest in infrastructure for some of Denmark's largest investors.

Photo: Thomas Borberg

Danish firms Novo Holding, the family office Lars Larsen Group and Danish pension firms P+, Akademikerpension and Lægernes pension are forming a Danish Investment Club, which will invest more than DKK 3bn in infrastructure through a new fund worth DKK 76bn at the global asset manager I Squared Capital, writes Danish newspaper Børsen.

The investment club will be managed by Advantage Investment Partners, which was founded by former employees at Danish pension firm PKA.

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