Conflict of interest for infrastructure partners gives PFA a headache

Managers of infrastructure funds should invest with discipline over a number a years, but the incentive of growing fees makes them deploy too much capital too fast, Danish pension provider PFA fears.
Head of Alternatives at PFA Peter Tind Larsen | Photo: PFA/PR
Head of Alternatives at PFA Peter Tind Larsen | Photo: PFA/PR

Denmark’s largest commercial pension provider PFA is troubled by an inherent conflict of interest when committing capital to infrastructure fund managers, according to IPE Real Assets.

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