CIP partner says pension funds will help firm achieve growth target

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has set a goal of multiplying its assets under management sixfold by 2030. Investors including pension funds are so hungry for green investments that this can happen, says one partner at the manager.

Michael Hannibal, partner at Copenhagen Infrastructre Partners | Photo: Søren Vendelbo/ERH

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), which invests in wind turbines, solar parks and other infrastructure assets, set a goal in November 2021 to increase its assets under management sixfold by 2030, from the current level of EUR 16bn to EUR 100bn.

Michael Hannibal, partner at CIP, tells Danish financial daily Børsen that climate goals set by governments and investors may help to realize this goal.

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