Via Equity: New investors change nothing for us

VIA Equity can continue as if nothing has happened, despite the fact that PFA and ATP have divested their ownership shares in two of the investment company's funds. New investors have committed to covering a large portion of the amount that the manager has planned to raise for a new fund.

John Helmsøe-Zinck, managing partner at VIA Equity. | Photo: PR/ VIA Equity

It makes no difference for investment manager VIA Equity that investors in two of the company's funds are now called Five Arrows, LGT and Cubera instead of ATP and PFA, says John Helmsøe-Zinck, managing partner at VIA Equity, to FinansWatch.

This is because new investors are taking over the Danish pension funds' commitments in VIA Equity Fond II K/S and VIA Equity Fond III K/S, he explains.

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