Sampension has started to make more co-investments alongside private market funds, rather than making investments directly in the funds, exemplified by the new investments made in online shopping website Boozt and ferry company Molslinjen.
"Of course we are aware that this reduces costs. That was definitely one of the reasons to choose this route, but we aren't just doing it mindlessly. We are looking at all of the co-investment cases and choosing the ones where we can allow ourselves to have a higher degree of concentration," says Henrik Olejasz Larsen, chief investment officer, Sampension.
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