PE firm injects pension funds' capital into new insurance company

Private equity firm VIA Equity, whose investors comprise pension funds ATP and PFA, is becoming a part owner of insurance agent Frida Forsikring Agentur and the newly-founded Domus Forsikring. VIA Equity is buying into the two companies with dreams of going beyond borders -- and a former member of Topdanmark's management team is becoming chairman.

Jakob Rybak-Andersen, partner at VIA Equity | Photo: PR

Private equity fund VIA Equity has acquired an interest in insurance agency Frida Forskrings Agentur and the newly-established insurance company Domus Forsikring which is associated with it.

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