Anders Dalhoff, managing partner and chief executive of Danish asset manager PKA AIP, has announced plans to step down after he said he had been unable to agree on a future direction with the firm’s ownership.
“Following close to six years as CEO and Managing Partner of PKA AIP I have agreed with our owners, the PKA pension funds, to discontinue our collaboration as I and PKA have not been able to agree on the future journey of PKA AIP,” Dalhoff said in a LinkedIn update on 20 December.
Dalhoff joined PKA AIP in April 2012 from management consultant Qvartz. He oversaw the creation of a 26-strong investment team that has invested approximately €3 billion in private equity funds and co-investments, as well as €1.7 billion directly in infrastructure assets, according to his update.
PKA declined to comment.
PKA AIP manages approximately $7.2 billion of alternative assets for Danish pension manager PKA, according to its website. The firm is currently investing from its second three-year mandate, which aims to deploy $2 billion through private fund commitments and co-investments, and $1.2 billion via direct infrastructure investments.