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Copenhagen Ø, Denmark
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners's estimated annual revenue is currently $49.3M per year.(?)
  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners's estimated revenue per employee is $227,000

Employee Data

  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has 217 Employees.(?)
  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners grew their employee count by 40% last year.
  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners currently has 1 job openings.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is a fund management company founded in 2012, which currently has four funds and around EUR 6.8 billion under management. Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is a multinational team with extensive experience and knowledge within the fields of regulated infrastructure and renewable energy. The team has a broad range of competencies within corporate finance, merger & acquisitions, engineering, construction, project development and project management. In total, the partners have more than 80 years of experience in infrastructure investments and have carried out numerous transactions with a combined value of more than EUR 30bn. Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners manages, as of today, four funds, Copenhagen Infrastructure I K/S, Copenhagen Infrastructure II, Copenhagen Infrastructure III K/S and CI Artemis K/S. Copenhagen Infrastructure I K/S was established in 2012 with PensionDanmark as its limited partner. The limited partner has committed DKK 7.2bn/EUR 970m (equity) for infrastructure investments in Europe and North America. The fund is a 20 year buy-and-hold fund. Investments can comprise equity as well as debt instruments. Copenhagen Infrastructure II K/S was established in 2014, and has 19 financial investors. The investors have given a total commitment of approximately DKK 14.7 bn (EUR ~2bn). The fund's focus will be on investments in energy infrastructure in Northern and Western Europe as well as North America, primarily renewable energy investments. Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) new fund, Copenhagen Infrastructure III (CI III), held a final close on March 23, 2018 at the EUR 3.5 billion hard cap exceeding the EUR 3.0 billion target fund size. The fund obtained commitments from 42 institutional investors comprised of pension companies, insurance companies, family offices, and asset/fund managers.