Infrastructure investor opens office in Copenhagen

Swedish infrastructure investor Infranode has opened an office in Copenhagen and recruited its director in Denmark from Nykredit.

Silas Harbo, new head of Infranode in Denmark. | Photo: PR/Infranode

When AMWatch spoke to Swedish infrastructure manager Infranode in June, after it announced the closing of its second fund, CIO and founding partner Philip Ajina said a Copenhagen office would be opened in the near future.

That day has come, and Infranode now has a presence in the Danish capital and has appointed Silas Harbo to run its operations in the country. He joins the firm from Danish banking group Nykredit, where he advised on company trading within infrastructure.

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