PFA invests in large entrepreneurial venture fund

A venture fund focusing on entrepreneurs and start-ups has received a large capital injection from Danish pension giant PFA and Vækstfonden.

Mikkel Hesselgren, Senior Vice President, Fund of Funds at Vækstfonden | Photo: PR

Venture fund Seed Capital has raised new capital for its third fund, Seed Capital III Growth K/S, which invests in early-stage companies.

Pension company PFA and Vækstfonden (a state owned growth fund focusing on innovation in Denmark) are behind a DKK 465m (EUR 63m) investment, Vækstfonden confirms on its website.

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