Media: Pension investors uneasy about infrastructure partner's shifting focus

A number of pension funds are worried that CIP is losing focus on its core competencies after the hire of a new partner, writes Insidebusiness.

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According to Insidebusiness, unease is spreading among a number of the pension funds that have invested in Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners' earlier funds. CIP, which primarily invests pension resources in unlisted energy assets, has established the Nordic Investment Opportunities fund, which will work as a fund-of-funds.

The unease stems from CIP's appointment of Mogens Thorninger as partner, and as the head of the new fund company, which has led investors to worry that CIP is shifting its focus from its core competencies.

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