Danish partner leaves large Nordic private equity fund

The fund will still consider Denmark to be a key market after the well-known Danish profile's exit.

Lars Terney | Photo: PR

Nordic Capital no longer has a Danish partner, as Lars Terney is leaving the private equity fund.

However, the Sweden-based fund assures business media Insidebusiness that the Danish market is still a key one for the company, and that Lars Terney is continuing at the fund in a more loosely defined role.

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