PKA: Danish agriculture fund has to take further action

The process of putting Danish fund Dansk Landbrugskapital's assets to work is too slow, says co-investor Danish pension fund PKA. In order for the fund to be considered successful, majority of the EUR 134m investment should be put to work," PKA AIP Managing Partner says to AgriWatch.

Anette Eberhard, Managing Partner of PKA AIP, which is PKA's special unit for alternative investments. | Photo: PR-foto PKA

For the Danish fund that provides loans to the agriculture industry Dansk Landbrugskapital to have provided loans totaling EUR 23.6m in two and a half years out of the fund's total assets of EUR 134m is not good enough, says Danish pension fund PKA.

PKA has invested about EUR 67m alongside ATP, Pensiondanmark and Industriens Pension for the launch in 2017.

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