Danish PE on capital hunt for a seventh fund

PFA, PKA, Danica and ATP are expected to invest in the fund, according to Danish media.

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Private equity fund Axcel is working to raise DKK 6bn (EUR 800m) from its investors. The money will be used for a seventh fund, leading partner Christian Schmidt-Jacobsen confirms to media Inside Business:

"Our fundraising is going really well, and we expect it to be in place over the course of next year. We are experiencing huge demand from investors, many of whom are impressed by our good results as well as the fact that we are very focussed on offering our investors the chance to co-invest," he says to the Media.

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