CataCap gets FAIF licence and gears up for third billion-kroner fund

After a number of divestments during this year, the Danish private equity buy-out fund wants to raise capital for its third fund, says Chair Jesper Jarlbæk.

Jesper Jarlbæk, Chairman of the Board at CataCap | Photo: DanBan / PR

Danish private equity fund CataCap intends to raise capital for a new billion-kroner fund, following a string of presumably terrific divestments during this year, providing fine returns to investors.

"We're gearing up for the third fund," confirms Chairman at Jesper CataCap Management  Jesper Jarlbæk in connection with the private equity firm's FAIF registration by Danish Financial Supervisory Authority, allowing them to manage alternative investment funds.

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