Industriens Pension pulls in sky-high returns on private equity

It is full speed ahead for venture and buyout funds, says the Head of Private Investments at Industriens Pension, Jan Østergaard, though he acknowledges the need to reduce venture investments.

Jan Østergaard, Head of Private Investments, Industriens Pension | Photo: Industriens Pension / PR

It is payback time.

Industriens Pension, which was one of the first Danish pension firms to invest in private equity, is now reaping the rewards of its experience and the billions invested in venture and buyout funds over the past 20 years.

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