PKA Ltd. is one of the largest administration companies for occupational pension funds in Denmark. The PKA Group was established and is owned by five occupational pension funds with a total of 260,000 members, mainly employees in the public social and health sectors. Approximately 90% of these are women. PKA Ltd. makes investments on behalf of the individual pension fund based on the investment policy stipulated by the board of each one.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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Lærernes Pension has acquired a DKK1 billion (US$152 million) stake from PKA in AIP Infrastructure II, a fund focused on energy transition investments in Europe and North America. This transact...Read more
A.P. Moller Capital has announced that it has raised US$982 million for the Africa Infrastructure Fund.Read more
The Investment Fund for Developing Countries (IFU), based in Denmark, has signed an agreement with six pension funds - PKA, PensionDanmark, PFA, ATP, JØP/DIP and PenSam - to...Read more
A.P. Moller Capital has announced the second close of its Africa Infrastructure Fund, with total commitments reaching US$865 million. Subscribers include Danica Pension, Danske Invest, SEB Pensio...Read more
A.P. Moller Holding has together with PKA, PensionDanmark and Lægernes Pension launched a new infrastructure fund with a focus on Africa.Read more
Region Zealand and Slagelse Hospital have selected a preferred bidder to develop the Slagelse Hospital new maternity unit and wards PPP project in Denmark.Read more
A Sustainable Development Investment Partnership (SDIP) has been launched to mobilize US$100 billion in private financing over five years for infrastructure projects in developing countries using deve...Read more
Three Danish labour-market pension funds have joined forces with contractor firm CASA and property management company DEAS to develop a town court building in Svendborg, on the Danish island of Funen,...Read more
DONG Energy has signed an agreement to sell 50% of the 252 MW German offshore wind farm project Gode Wind 2 to a consortium of Danish pension funds that will make 840,000 pension savers co-owners of t...Read more
The central Jutland municipality Region Midtjylland has selected a joint venture comprising Pensionskassernes Administration A/S (PKA), Lærernes Pension Ejendomsaktieselskab and KPC Herning A/S to dev...Read more