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Danskejede venturefonde jagter mere kapital

Venturefondene føler sig forbigået af investorerne, skriver Børsen. Men Danmark ligger over medianen for OECD-lande. 

Gregers Kronborg ejer venturefonden Rulebreaker Venture.

Det er et stort arbejde at skaffe kapital fra investorerne til de danskeejede venturefonde, lyder opråbet i Dagbladet Børsen fra både brancheorganisationen DVCA og en række fonde.

"Vi oplever problemet som stigende. I takt med at nogle venturefonde begynder at bevise sig, løber man ind i et nyt problem. Nemlig at de store institutionelle investorer i Danmark har så enorme kapitalkoncentrationer, at det ikke giver mening for dem. Beløbet er simpelthen for lille," forklarer Gregers Kronborg, ejer af venturefonden Rulebreaker Venture, til Børsen.

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