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A.P. Møller Capital har rejst 6,3 mia kroner til Afrika-fond

Det er danske og svenske pensionskasser, der sammen med A.P. Møller Holding står bag indskuddet på i alt 6,3 mia. kroner til A.P. Møller Capitals Afrika Infrastrukturfonden.

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12 måneder efter lanceringen har A.P. Møller Capital opnået tilsagn om 6,3 mia. kroner eller næsten en mia. dollars fra en række institutionelle investorer, herunder PKA, PensionDanmark, Lægernes Pension, PFA, Danica Pension, SEB Pension och Försäkring, Lærernes Pension og A.P. Møller Holding. 

Dermed har fonden nået sit mål, og selskabet lukker derfor ned for flere indskud, når de sidste kontakter med potentielle investorer er overstået om nogle måneder. 

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