Velliv plans to increase PE investments with Blackrock, Nuveen

Pension company Velliv is getting ready to invest an additional EUR 470m in private equity firm after starting new partnerships with US managers Blackrock and Nuveen.

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In the coming two years, Danish pension provider Velliv intends to invest a further DKK 3.5bn (EUR 470m) in private equity, writes domestic business daily Børsen.

Velliv, which has previously cooperated with Nordea on PE investments, also informs that it has entered a new partnership with two asset managers, Blackrock and Nuveen.

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