ATP CEO keeps a cool head as new investment unit takes shape

The first people have been hired for ATP's new direct investment arm, but the CEO is not rushing to investigate potential investments. "For me, quality is more important than quantity," he says.

ATP CEO Bo Foged | Photo: PR/ATP

DKK 6bn (EUR 810m) has been set aside by Denmark's largest pension fund ATP to invest in unlisted and early-stage Danish companies. CEO Bo Foged will not be breathing down the necks of the investment team to get them to invest quickly, however.

Details about the new investment arm, ATP Langsigtet Dansk Kapital, were released in May, and ATP has highlighted IT, pharmaceutical technologies and renewable energy as exciting industries the new unit may invest in.

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