Industriens Pension loses key alternative investments staffer

After 11 years at Industriens Pension, the Danish pension fund's director of private investments is leaving to set up his own business. He will be targeting Nordic institutional clients looking for collaboration around real assets such as infrastructure, real estate and more.

Kasper Struve is leaving Industriens Pension after 11 good years.

Kasper Struve, director of private investments at Danish pension fund Industriens Pension since 2012, and private equity portfolio manager at the fund before that, has now opted to leave Industriens and grapple with life as entrepreneur.

On 1 February, Struve will open the doors of his new business, Unified Investors, located in the heart of Copenhagen in an office community with like-minded peers in similar lines of business.

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