ATP sets aside EUR 810m for direct investments

Danish pension giant is launching a new department, ATP Langsigtet Dansk Kapital, to make direct investments in domestic early-stage companies in high growth industries.

Bo Foged, CEO at ATP | Photo: PR/ATP

ATP will set aside EUR 810m (DKK 6bn) for direct investments in Danish companies over the next three years.

These investments will be made through a new unit, ATP Langsigtet Dansk Kapital (ATP Long-term Danish Capital), which will be run by a new team based at the company headquarters in Hillerød, which currently consists of three people.

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