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Stadig flere kapitalfonde vælger selv at omstrukturere deres fonde

Omstrukturering af enkeltfonde er udbredt og sker ofte på kapitalindskydernes initiativ, hvis fondene går dårligt. Men nu er kapitalfonde selv begyndt at tage initiativ – også selv om deres fonde går ok. Det skaber et nyt marked for rådgivere. Men pensionskasser og andre kapitalindskydere er skeptiske.

Stålvirksomheden Bladt Industries i Aalborg indgik i en såkaldt GP-led restructuring tidligere i år, da kapitalfonden Nordic Capital omstrukturerede en af sine fonde. | Photo: PR

Nødlidende kapitalfonde – også kaldet zombie funds – eller bare kapitalfonde, som underpræsterer, bliver ofte omstruktureret.

Hidtil er det oftest sket på kapitalindskydernes initiativ – typisk pensionskasser. Det kaldes LP-led restructuring, hvor LP står for limited partners, altså pensionskasserne, der kun hæfter for deres egen (limited) investering i en kapitalfond.

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