CIP takes wide aim with new AUM goal of EUR 100bn

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners wants to be ahead of the game and set the agenda in the renewable energy market over the coming years as the developer manages a larger pool of assets.

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The Danish infrastructure fund manager aims to have grown its assets under management to more than EUR 100bn in 2030, and thus must be involved in wide range of technologies, says Michael Hannibal, partner at Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, to domestic business daily Børsen.

"Achieving our goal is also about us being at the forefront of which things will set the agenda in the market, just as we have also been ahead of development in entering, for instance, offshore wind and Power-to-X – and we must deliver what we promise. The projects we put into the world must stick to their time tables and other key parameters such as price, costs and quality," he tells the media

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