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Morten Hummelmose: "Once you turn 50, you start thinking more about work-life balance"

EQT Partner Morten Hummelmose turns 50 on Saturday. He is now responsible for raising capital for new funds – and has also started investing privately.

In Denmark, Morten Hummelmose has unintentionally become the face of Swedish private equity titan EQT's success. | Photo: EQT/PR

In Denmark, Morten Hummelmose has unintentionally become the face of Swedish private equity titan EQT's success.

Private equity funds often invest money on behalf of Danish pension companies, and a unique reward program with lots of upside and limited downside has made many of EQT's partners wealthy.

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