PKA invests millions in Danish asset manager's microfinance fund

The investment will start at EUR 26 million, but will rise to around EUR 44 million.

Peter Damgaard Jensen. | Photo: Charlotte De La Fuente/Ritzau Scanpix

PKA is investing in a fund that provides microfinance at Maj Invest, which helps people in some of the world's poorest countries, for the third time.

The investment will start at EUR 26 million (DKK 200 million), but will rise to around EUR 44 million (DKK 330 million), when more investors join the fund.

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