Industriens Pension boosts investment team with ATP hiring

Earlier this year, Industriens Pension told AMWatch about its plans to increase investments in unlisted assets, and the DKK 174bn pension fund has now recruited private markets specialist Michael Dalsgaard from ATP to achieve that goal.

Michael Dalsgaard, 39, moves to Industriens Pension from ATP. | Photo: PR KPMG

Industriens Pension has hired 39-year old Michael Dalsgaard as the new senior portfolio manager of its unlisted assets investment team. He will thus be responsible for the continued development of the fund's current DKK 50bn portfolio in private assets, notably infrastructure, private equity and real estate.

Dalsgaard joins from a position as senior investment manager at ATP Global Direct Investments, where he also was responsible for investments in infrastructure and private equity.

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