New investor ventures major sum in new CIP fund

Of course, returns should be reflected in the higher risk profile, says pension fund ATP, which has just booked a first-class seat in Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners' growth markets fund.

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With the announcement of its new fund, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) is embarking on a solid growth venture. The fund, which attracted commitments from the first investment round totaling USD 700 million, is the firm's first fund specifically focused on new markets, mainly in Asia and Latin America, but also in Eastern European and African countries.

CIP is also adding a new face to its list of usual traveling companions. Beyond Scandinavian pension funds PensionDanmark, Kommunal Landspensjonskasse and Lægernes Pension, Denmark's pension giant ATP has injected capital into the new fund – USD 250 million, more than one-third of the capital raised in the first round.

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