Three Nordic investors create massive climate and infrastructure fund

Storebrand Asset Management joins two Danish pension funds in creating a new DKK30bn climate and infrastructure fund.

Jan Erik Saugestad, CEO at Storebrand Asset Management. | Photo: PR / Storebrand Asset Management

Norway's largest asset manager joins Danish pension fund PKA and Pensam to create a new climate and infrastructure fund worth up to DKK 30bn (EUR 4.0bn). 

The new fund is established and will be managed by AIP Management, founded by PKA in 2012 and joined by Pensam in 2018. Now Storebrand Asset Management also joins as a co-owner, the parties announce in statements.

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