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Pensionsselskaber flokkes om grøn fond med milliardtilsagn – senest tilkomne er ATP

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners har fået tilsagn om 700 mio. dollar, svarende til omkring 4,65 mia. kr., til ny grøn infrastrukturfond med en række danske pensionsselskaber som nøgleinvestorer.

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En ny fond, der skal investere i vedvarende infrastruktur i vækstøkonomierne i Latinamerika og Asien, og som Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) står bag, har i første finansieringsrunde fået tilsagn om omkring 4,65 mia. kr.  

Tilsagnet kommer fra Pensiondanmark, Lægernes Pension og den norske Kommunal Landespensjonskasse, der betegnes som nøgleinvestorer i Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners. Senest tilkomne pensionsselskab er ATP, der investerer omkring 1,65 mia. kr. fonden.

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