PensionDanmark and five other LPs commit to a Danish fund

The Danish public pension has committed to a domestic fund.

PensionDanmark has approved a commitment to Danish SDG Investment Fund, established by the Investment Fund for Developing Countries (IFU) with initial capital commitments of DKr 4.1 billion. The public-private partnership aims to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals in developing countries and to promote Danish firms and technologies in these markets. The fund is being raised alongside PKA, PFA, ATP, JØP/DIP and PenSam, which have collectively committed DKr 2.4 billion to the fund. A further DKr 1 billion is expected to be raised in a second closing.

The DKK 233 billion Danish public pension allocates 3.2 percent of its portfolio into private equity investments.

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