Money pours into CIP's fund

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners' new fund has obtained commitments for EUR 2.8 billion so far.

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Over the course of nine months, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has almost completely filled its new fund.

The fund, dubbed Copenhagen Infrastructure III, had its sixth close on Dec. 27 and commitments have so far been obtained for EUR 2.8 billion. CIP's target is EUR 3 billion and the fund will be open to new investments until March 2018.

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