PKA's CIO: Crucial difference in new Maj Invest fund

Maj Invest Equity’s new billion-kroner fund is different from other private equity funds that PKA usually invests in – not least due to how investment decisions are made, says PKA’s CIO, Michael Nellemann Pedersen.

Michael Nellemann Pedersen, chief investment officer at PKA | Photo: Gregers Tycho / Ritzau Scanpix

In March, asset manager Maj Invest announced that a new billion-kroner fund had been raised in its private equity investment arm Maj Invest Equity. This took place alongside a DKK 5bn (EUR 672.2m) commitment by pension firm PKA, which was the first, and so far only, investor in the fund, Maj Invest reported.

However, this isn’t like many other investment firms’ commitments, Chief Investment Officer Michael Nellemann Pedersen tells AMWatch’s sister media KapitalWatch. An important difference distinguishes it from how PKA usually makes its investment commitments.

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