Four Nordic pension giants teams up with London-based manager for infra investment vehicle

AP4, Industriens Pension, KLP and IMAS Foundation have become founding members of an investment alliance partnership with Arjun Infrastructure Partners, a club deal to invest across different sectors in Western Europe.

Harald Koch-Hagen, Senior Vice President, Risk & Asset Allocation at KLP. | Photo: PR / KLP

Sweden's AP4, Denmark's Industriens Pension and Norway's KLP – along with the IKEA-linked IMAS Foundation have formed an investment alliance partnership with London-based Arjun Infrastructure Partners to invest in low-risk European infrastructure.

Announced in a press release by the four investors, the long-term vehicle called Infrastructure Alliance Europe, has raised commitments of EUR 1bn to be invested across different sectors in Western Europe and will have a strong focus on sustainability. Individual commitments of the four investors have not been disclosed.

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