Danish pension duo's infrastructure company finds three new partners internally

AIP Management, which is partly owned by PKA and Pensam, has increased its number of partners from one to four.

Domenico Tripodi, Johan B. Nordang and Ulrik P. Bornø (left-right). | Photo: PR/AIP Management

Three new partners have been hired at AIP Management, formerly known as AIP infrastructure, which is a spinout company of PKA's investment firm PKA AIP.

The three new partners are Domenico Tripodi, Johan B. Nordang and Ulrik P. Bornø, who are all already employed at the investment company, which invests in infrastructure on behalf of other companies, primarily PKA and Pensam.

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