Pensiondanmark clones winning Copenhagen infrastructure formula

Co-investing with highly specialized partners is a concept Pensiondanmark is using more and more -- and is the result of experience gained with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, Torben Möger Pedersen says in an interview with FinansWatch.

Torben Möger Pedersen, CEO of Pensiondanmark. | Photo: PR

In October 2012, Pensiondanmark invited the newly-established company Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) to its headquarters and the two businesses entered into a new kind of partnership.

CIP's four senior partners were hardly unknown, however. A few months earlier, they had been in the spotlight nationally, and were referred to as Dong Energy's highly-paid "golden geese". This allegedly led the board of directors of Dong (today Ørsted) to fire its CEO, Anders Eldrup.

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