Danish pension fund duo divest shares of private equity funds

PFA and ATP are divesting from the VIA Equity funds. Two of the funds are being sold off, while a third is being liquidated. Storebrand's newly acquired private equity arm is among the buyers. 

Bo Foged, CEO of ATP. | Photo: ATP/PR

Danish pension funds ATP and PFA have divested their shares of private equity funds VIA equity Fond II K/S and VIA equity Fond III K/S.

ATP is selling its share in VIA equity Fond II to Five Arrows and Cubera Nordic Private Equity, the PE arm of Storebrand, while PFA and ATP have entered a deal with Five Arrows and LGT Capital Partners Ltd. about the purchase of the pension funds' ownership shares in VIA equity Fond III, according to ATP's website.

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