PKA AIP Private Funds on management exodus: "You can cry, or you can step up"

Last December's sudden departure of three top team members has not defeated the private equity and infrastructure funds arm of Danish pensions provider PKA. Quite the opposite, says Nishandan Ganesalingam, who been co-leading PKA AIP Private Funds since the management upheaval.

Nishandan Ganesalingam, partner at PKA AIP. | Photo: PKA AIP

"There's no denying that it's a challenge when three senior team members decide to quit almost simultaneously. In situations like this, you can either sit down and cry or you can step up, the latter which I believe the entire team at PKA AIP Private Funds has done with great support by PKA."

So says Nishandan Ganesalingam, partner at PKA AIP Private Funds when AMWatch visits him at PKA AIP Private Funds' headquarter in the heart of Copenhagen.

The trouble all began in December 2017 when the former managing director Anders Dalhoff suddenly decided to quit after six years as head of the alternative investment arm of Danish labor market pension fund PKA.

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