CIP Managing Partner: "The huge demand for climate friendly energy has put the wind in our sails"

As he turns 50, the managing partner and co-founder of EUR 19bn manager Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners reflects on the firm’s beginnings.

Jakob Baruël Poulsen, managing partner, CIP | Photo: Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners

Jakob Baruël Poulsen is full of ideas – something he considers to be one of his biggest strengths. They come to him when he is out riding his bike near his home in Slangerup, North of Copenhagen, where he lives with his wife and three teenage daughters.

Some of the ideas never lead to anything. Others are just too obvious. But some end up as billion-euro projects for Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP).

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