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A.P. Moller Capital announces establishment of Verdant Energy in South East Asia

A.P. Moller Capital is pleased to announce the establishment of Verdant Energy, a company pursuing renewables projects across South East Asia with a focus on development stage projects in C&I and utility scale solar, wind and energy storage (BESS) projects.

Verdant Energy will strategically develop projects and invest in brownfield assets across the region with core markets being Vietnam, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

The platform is built around a highly experienced C-Suite team of Alan Yau (CEO), Diana Gao (CDO) and Sivaramakrishnan Sreedharan (CIO).

Dhruv Narain, Partner at A.P. Moller Capital, said:

We are pleased to welcome this highly experienced and capable team to lead Verdant Energy and drive our expansion into Southeast Asia. We believe that over the coming years, Verdant Energy will play its part in meeting the growing demand for renewable electricity in this dynamic region. This investment demonstrates our commitment to building a successful long-term investment business across Asia.”

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Changes to our Environmental and Social Management System

As part of our underlining Environmental and Social commitments, and to align with the requirements of our new investors, A.P. Møller Capital will be updating the Environmental, Social and Governance considerations included in our Ethical Policy.

The current version of the policy is based on the main principles of the UN Global Compact, the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment, the IFC Performance Standards on Environmental and Social Sustainability, and the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation. This policy references and centralizes all ESG-related procedures and outlines the ESG considerations that are part of our investment process. For more information on our ESG commitments please refer to our sustainability page.

Specific changes include aligning the E&S risk categorization criteria to mirror those currently being used by Development Financial Institutions (DFIs), strengthening our portfolio companies’ external communication and grievance mechanisms, developing a portfolio-wide responsible procurement policy focused on the adequate sourcing of solar panels considering the E&S risks inherent in the sector, and updating the Exclusion List for our second fund, EMIF II, to reflect that of the Asian Infrastructure Development Bank, (AIIB) the German Investment Corporation – DEG, and the International Finance Corporation (IFC).  A.P. Moller Capital’s current Exclusion List can be found here. The revised Responsible Investment Framework and ESG Handbook are expected to be finalized and implemented in the second half of 2024.

In addition to changes to our ESG Handbook and because of this new partnership with, among others, AIIB, all stakeholders in our investments in EMIF II will be able to make use of AIIB’s Project Affected Peoples Mechanism (PAP), an accountability mechanism available in instances where stakeholders’ questions or concerns have not been addressed successfully by our portfolio companies’ grievance mechanism or our own. Please visit How We Assist You – Project-Affected People’s Mechanism ( for more information.

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A.P. Moller Capital is pleased to announce that it has strengthened its strategic commitment to Morocco with the hiring of additional local representatives to lead investment efforts in the country

A.P. Moller Capital continues to see Morocco as an attractive source for new investments

A.P. Moller Capital will continue to draw on its network and experience to accelerate its investment making capabilities through opportunities in warehousing, cold storage, ports, airport operations, energy efficiency and green fuels, amongst others. The company has already invested in grain terminals and energy transition projects going back to 2020. The A.P. Moller Group can trace its presence back to the JAKOB MÆRSK which first called in Morocco in 1925, and has helped to create Tangier as one of the most important transfer points of global trade via its container terminals.

Our growing team of local representatives, including the recent hire of Ghislane Guedira, will be supported by the broader A.P. Moller Capital team. Ghislane will lead efforts in Morocco and manage the boots on the ground presence. Ghislane brings a wealth of experience, having been responsible for some of the most high-profile international financing programs in the country. She has held many prominent roles during her over 30-year tenure and has a successful track record in financial structuring.

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Following the announced signing earlier this year, A.P. Moller Capital and RCL FOODS are pleased to report the closing of the purchase of Vector Logistics by A.P. Moller Capital.

A.P. Moller Capital has completed the acquisition of Vector Logistics

Vector Logistics is South Africa’s leading frozen infrastructure logistics operator, providing multi-temperature warehousing and distribution, supply chain intelligence, and sales and merchandising solutions. The company’s substantial network of warehouses provides reliable cold chain infrastructure for food products, which increases shelf life and reduces food waste.

Having purchased Vector Logistics, A.P. Moller Capital is ready to support the company’s continued growth, capitalizing on its extensive network and long-standing history of investing and operating in Africa. A.P. Moller Capital will also see to the continued implementation of a strong Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) agenda at Vector Logistics to ensure a sustainable future.

“Over the past 18 years, Vector Logistics has grown significantly, and A.P. Moller Capital is committed to furthering the growth of Vector Logistics and providing our customers with market leading solutions to their cold chain business. A.P. Moller Capital is guided by an ethos of ‘doing well while doing good’ and we see Vector Logistics as a clear example of that. We look forward to pursuing a bright future together,” said Joe Nielsen, Partner at A.P. Moller Capital.

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The purchase by A.P. Moller Capital provides Vector Logistics with an opportunity to accelerate its mission of “Going Beyond” in supply chain expertise and logistics services, including expanding further afield to meet growing demand in Africa.

A.P. Moller Capital acquires Vector Logistics, South Africa's leading frozen logistics operator

“Vector Logistics is highly respected with a long track record in South Africa, and we are excited to contribute to its transformative vision for both the industry and the region. Vector Logistics’ reliable operations enable maintenance of the cold chain for food products, which increases shelf life and reduces food waste. We see a growth opportunity for Vector Logistics, and we believe that our experience and our network will help to drive this growth,” said Joe Nielsen, Partner at A.P. Moller Capital.

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We are pleased to share that as of 1 August, Dhruv Narain has joined A.P. Moller Capital as Partner. Dhruv will be fully integrated into the Partner team and will be a member of the Investment Committee.

Dhruv Narain new Partner in A.P. Moller Capital

Dhruv brings with him over twenty years of experience in investing in infrastructure asset strategies. Prior to joining, Dhruv was part of the Global Infrastructure Investments leadership team, Global ESG Committee and Real Assets Investment Sub-Committee at GCM Grosvenor, and Head of Global Direct and Co-Invest Infrastructure at Abu Dhabi Investment Council. He has also held investment roles at the World Bank Group’s IFC, Macquarie Capital and HSBC.

“At a time of unique economic, environmental and demographic transition, there is a pressing need to invest in building the infrastructure for the decades ahead – to deliver food and mineral security, to manage climate change and to optimise scarce resources – and I am proud to be joining a company that focuses on exactly that” says Dhruv Narain.

With Dhruv’s arrival we will strengthen our focus on investments outside Africa.

“Dhruv brings with him over twenty years of experience in investing in infrastructure asset strategies as well as important leadership skills, key competences in our endeavors of building sustainable growth and creating social impact in high growth markets” says Kim Fejfer, Managing Partner in A.P Moller Capital.

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As Mission Ambassador, A.P. Moller Capital will support the Center’s efforts developing the relevant infrastructure necessary to decarbonise shipping by 2050.

A.P. Moller Capital joins the Mærsk McKinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping

“In A.P. Møller Capital, we believe that strong partnerships, collaborative efforts and sharing of expertise are key in enabling the industry to reach the shared ambition. We are proud to now support the Mærsk McKinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon shipping and look forward to join minded partners and industry experts,” says Kim Fejfer, CEO at A.P. Moller Capital.

The Mærsk McKinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping was established in 2020 as an independent not-for-profit research and development center. The Center works to accelerate the transition towards a net-zero future for the maritime industry by developing new net-zero fuel types and technologies in close collaboration with partners across the shipping value chain.

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With this acquisition, A.P. Moller Capital’s power platform, East Africa Infrastructure Platform Limited, becomes one of the largest independent power producers in Kenya and will actively participate in Kenya’s energy transition efforts.

A.P. Moller Capital acquires Thika Power, an independent power producer in Nairobi, Kenya

“This marks A.P. Moller Capital’s second investment in the Kenyan power sector, where we are adding a similar and well-run power plant to our portfolio, reaching a combined capacity of 140MW. As a responsible investor, A.P. Moller Capital is committed to being a key investor in the Kenyan power sector and actively participate in Kenya’s energy transition efforts. We have already taken steps to reduce our emissions footprint, and will continue to support the Government of Kenya and all other stakeholders in the energy transition efforts through gas/green fuel conversion while also delivering energy cost savings,” says Lars Reno Jakobsen, Senior Partner at A.P. Moller Capital.

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Since 2011, Cabeolica’s wind farms have provided reliable renewable power to the grid, not least due to a highly experienced local management team.

A.P. Moller Capital invests in Cabeolica – Cape Verde’s largest IPP and renewable energy producer

With this acquisition, A.P. Moller Capital aspires to further improve the supply of renewable energy in Cape Verde – and the African continent:

“A.P. Moller Capital has a clear vision to be an active long-term participant in the global energy transition, including to support the growth of renewable power generation combined with stable energy supply. We are pleased to partner with Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) and the local shareholders in Cabeolica to ensure the continued supply of reliable and cost-effective renewable energy in Cape Verde and we aim to build upon this first investment with future growth in the sector on the African continent,” says Lars Reno Jakobsen, Senior Partner at A.P. Moller Capital.

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A.P. Moller Capital is committed to support economic development in emerging markets in a manner that embraces our core beliefs and values.

ESG Report 2020

We seek to measure the ESG impacts of our investments, and social as well as environmental returns are pursued through carefully structured ESG governance frameworks at all levels of our organisation and at all stages of the investment process. Learn more in our ESG Report 2020.

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A.P. Moller Capital has through the Africa Infrastructure Fund 1 completed the acquisition of a 49% shareholding in Casablanca-based grain terminal operator Mass Céréales al Maghreb (MCM).

A.P. Moller Capital to invest in grain logistics infrastructure in Africa

Holding Marocaine Commerciale et Financiere (“HOLMARCOM”) will retain 51% ownership of MCM. MCM has, for more than a decade, provided handling and storage services for grain bulk cargoes at the ports of Casablanca and Jorf Lasfar. The company handles nearly half of all grain bulk imports each year, contributing to an efficient logistics chain for key food supplies in Morocco.




In partnership with Olam International (Olam) and Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) A.P. Moller Capital will invest in infrastructure in West Africa to create growth and development.

A.P. Moller Capital to invest in port and logistics infrastructure in West Africa

Through the Africa Infrastructure Fund, A.P. Moller Capital is making a sizable investment in a Ports and Logistics platform in West Africa. The platform is an infrastructure ecosystem of ports, trucking, warehouses and rail services, which facilitates effective trade and creates a foundation for local growth. At the outset, the focus will be on investing in and expanding the ecosystem.



12 months after the launch, A.P. Moller Capital has received total commitments of USD 982m from leading institutional investors.

A.P. Moller Capital has raised USD 982m for the Africa Infrastructure Fund

The investers include PKA, PensionDanmark, Lægernes Pension, PFA, Danica Pension, SEB Pension och Försäkring, Lærernes Pension, and A.P. Moller Holding. With total commitments in line with the ambition for the Africa Infrastructure Fund, A.P. Moller Capital will therefore conclude the fundraising period in the next few months, after finalising ongoing dialogues, with a few remaining potential investors.




A.P. Moller Capital’s Africa Infrastructure Fund has had its close with total commitments reaching USD 865m.

A.P. Moller Capital obtains further commitments of USD 215 million for its Africa Infrastructure Fund

Kim Fejfer, Managing Partner and CEO, A.P. Moller Capital: “We are pleased and proud to announce that six months after the announcement of our Africa Infrastructure Fund, we have received total commitments of USD 865m from leading investors in Denmark and Sweden. With Danica, Danske Invest and SEB on board, we have increased our capacity to support a sustainable development in Africa through infrastructure investments.”



A.P. Moller Capital has received further commitments of USD 100 million from PFA Pension.

PFA invests in Africa Infrastructure Fund

On 9 August 2017, A.P. Moller Capital launched The Africa Infrastructure Fund. The Fund will focus on African infrastructure investments – investments that will support sustainable economic growth in the region and deliver attractive returns to its investors. PFA Pension has committed USD 100 million, bringing total commitments from A.P. Moller Holding and the other anchor investors PKA, Pension Denmark and Lægernes Pension (The Medical Doctor’s Pension Fund) to USD 650 million.



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A.P. Moller Capital is happy to report that our Annual ESG Report for 2023 has been released

A.P. Moller Capital's 2023 ESG report is now available for download

Since 2022, the Africa Infrastructure Fund I (“AIF I”) has been fully invested. In 2023, we invested in the first two assets of our new offering: Hassan Allam Utilities Logistics, in a joint venture with Hassan Allam Utilities in Egypt, and Vector Logistics, South Africa’s leading frozen infrastructure logistics operator.

To summarize the social impact of the portfolio, the Joint Impact Model estimated our entire portfolio, across both funds, supported over 156,000 jobs and contributed USD 1,332m to GDP in 13 African countries. This includes a significant increase in the number of direct jobs in relation to 2022. This increase is the result of our acquisition of Vector Logistics. Of the 156,053 jobs supported 21% represent female workers, 16,053 represent direct jobs in the portfolio companies as well as 95,000 jobs in their supply chains and 45,000 induced jobs.

In 2023, we saw scope 1 GHG emissions increase by 13% for AIF I. This rise is primarily driven by an increase in emissions from select power assets including a 390 MW gas-fired, combined-cycle power plant in Ivory Coast that became operational in 2023. On the other hand, Scope 2 emissions reduced by 8%. The main reason for this is the introduction of energy efficiency measures at one of our assets also in Ivory Coast. As this is our first year for calculating GHG emissions for our new offering, we will report back next year against the baseline we have established.

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A.P. Moller Capital is pleased to announce that Keith Glenn Pienaar has been hired to lead Vector Logistics

A fund managed by A.P. Moller Capital acquired Vector Logistics from RCL FOODS in August 2023.

With the hire of Keith Glenn Pienaar as CEO of Vector Logistics, the business is well-positioned
to accelerate Vector’s mission of “Going Beyond” in supply chain expertise and logistics services
and handle expansion opportunities to meet the growing demand for cold storage logistics in
Southern Africa. Keith brings a wealth of experience, having served as CEO and Director for both
DSV Africa and UTi Worldwide. His primary roles included establishing and leading executive
teams, executing mergers and acquisitions, and establishing partnerships with customers and
other stakeholders. Throughout his career, Keith has demonstrated exceptional leadership and
vision and will utilize this experience to drive Vector Logistics to new heights.

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A.P. Moller Capital receives support from DEG, IFC and AIIB for new offering addressing infrastructure gaps and decarbonization of hard-to-abate industries across Asia and Africa

A.P. Moller Capital welcomes DEG, IFC and AIIB as investors

A.P. Moller Capital is pleased to welcome DEG – Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft (“DEG”), International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (“AIIB”) as investors in its latest offering alongside reputable institutional investors from Europe and Asia. The offering targets critical infrastructure investments in growth markets where the infrastructure funding gap is most profound, and which benefit from macroeconomic tailwinds driven by demographics, nearshoring trends, and changes in trade patterns. Investments are expected to provide food security, resolve local logistical bottlenecks and generate renewable energy.

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A.P. Moller Capital is happy to report that our Annual ESG Report has been released and is available for download on our website.

A.P. Moller Capital's 2022 ESG report is now available

During 2022, the Africa Infrastructure Fund I was fully invested and added three new assets to its portfolio. The portfolio now includes eight companies and a total of 16 infrastructure assets that focus on transportation and energy across nine African countries.

To summarize the social impact of the portfolio, the Joint Impact Model estimated that AIF I investments supported 147,000 jobs (of which 40% is female employment) and contributed USD 1,181m to GDP in nine African countries. Compared to 2021, this represents an increase of more than one third. Our strategy for climate impact remained to avoid GHG emissions by prioritizing renewable energy and where this was not possible, we worked to reduce GHG emissions. In 2022, on a like-for-like basis, the portfolio emissions increased by approximately 6%. Furthermore, the portfolio companies provided electricity to the equivalent of over 11 million people, particularly in Côte d’Ivoire but also Kenya and South Africa.

For more information about Africa Infrastructure Fund I’s impact, please download the 2022 ESG report.

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We are pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Singapore and an increased focus of our investment programme in South and South East Asia.

A.P. Moller Capital expands into Asia and opens office in Singapore

A.P. Moller Capital has established a new office in Singapore and is ramping up its investment programme in the South and South East Asia region, aiming to commit over $750mn in capital commitments into infrastructure platforms in the region.

A.P. Moller Capital, an asset manager and part of the A.P. Moller Group, a diversified group of industry leading companies, manages over USD 1.5 bn and has invested in 16 projects, which have created more than
100,000 jobs in local communities and provided investment capital to support food and mineral security, decarbonization and sustainable demographic and economic growth. With the establishment of the new office in Singapore, A.P. Moller Capital is taking its next step on this journey.

Kim Fejfer, CEO and Managing Partner of A.P. Moller Capital: “We are very excited to now also offer our leadership and experience within Transport, Logistics and Decarbonization to South and South East Asia, expanding our focus of investments and developments in high growth markets, while generating attractive returns to our investors. The opening of the Singapore office demonstrates our commitment to building a highly successful long term investment business across the Asia region.”

The new office and A.P. Moller Capital’s Asia strategy and team will be led by Partner, Dhruv Narain. Additionally, former Carlyle Group Singapore executive, David Tung, who is also a Non-Executive Director of A.P.Moller Capital will serve as a Company Director and Senior Advisor, based in Singapore.

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The project will be the largest on the continent.

Lumika expands with its first project in Egypt

Lumika Renewables, a joint venture between A.P. Moller Capital and Reunert, is a Commercial and Industrial (“C&I”) renewable developer in Africa. Lumika expands with its first project in Egypt with a signed agreement to develop, construct and provide electricity to Lafarge Egypt. The project, with a capacity of 50MWac, will be the largest C&I project on the continent with the aim to start electrical production in Q1 2024

The goal of the project is to reduce Lafarge Egypt’s carbon footprint by providing clean reliable power to its cement factory for its daily operations. Lumika Renewable has committed to a Net Zero emissions target by 2040, a goal that is the driving force behind Lumika’s offering to its clients and future customers to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels.

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A.P. Moller Capital’s purpose, through equity investments on behalf of the funds that we manage, is to offer attractive financial returns to our investors and to have a positive sustainable impact on society.

ESG Report 2021

The past year, despite the global pandemic, was one of achievements and progress for A.P. Moller Capital, especially with regards to our social and environmental impact. Compared to 2020, the social impact of the AIF I portfolio increased by a factor of four. Our strategy for climate impact remained to avoid GHG emissions by prioritizing renewable energy and where this was not possible, we worked to reduce GHG emissions. Read more about our progress in our Annual ESG Report 2021.

“In 2021, our portfolio created positive social impact and we used our influence on portfolio company boards to continually push to improve ESG performance. We look forward to discussing our enhancements to the strategy as we continue to grow throughout 2022,” says Carole Welton Kaagaard, Head of ESG

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We are pleased to announce that A.P. Moller Capital has completed the acquisition of a 29% stake in KEG Holdings Limited (KEG).

A.P. Moller Capital to co-invest in the leading LPG transport & logistics company in East Africa

KEG operates across the LPG value chain in East Africa and owns the largest LPG import marine and storage terminal in the region.

Today, 80% of Kenyan households cook using solid fuels, such as wood and charcoal, which contribute to deforestation and cause severe indoor air pollution with adverse health consequences. This investment supports the transition away from the use of these solid fuels and towards the use of LPG, a cleaner method of cooking.

For every household converted from using charcoal to LPG, approximately 1 tonne of C02 emissions are saved per annum. We therefore estimate that KEG’s businesses will avoid more than 5 million tonnes of CO2 emissions during our hold period. Additional benefits include reduced deforestation, as it is expected that over 100 million trees will be preserved as consumers use LPG instead of firewood/charcoal and improved air quality, which is expected to benefit over 3.2m people.

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Emerging Capital Partners, A.P. Moller Capital, DEG and IFU of Denmark have announced the creation of a new company called ‘ECP Power & Water Holding’ that will invest in the industrial group Eranove.

A.P. Moller Capital invests in Eranove

“This investment in Eranove fits well with our strategy for The Africa Infrastructure Fund, namely, to support sustainable development on the African continent. Supplying reliable and cost-effective energy with low carbon emissions, for corporations and households is a necessity for further development in the continent,” concludes Jens Thomassen, Partner at A.P. Moller Capital.

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Reunert and A.P. Moller Capital, are excited to announce the establishment of a new joint venture, Lumika Renewables (Lumika).

A.P. Moller Capital invests in renewable energy solutions for commercial and industrial customers in Africa

Lumika will develop a portfolio of cost efficient, renewable energy solutions for commercial and industrial customers in Africa. As well as design, build and finance renewable based energy solutions for commercial and industrial customers in Africa through, among others, the installation of solar panels supplying green energy and providing software that creates transparency in terms of energy consumption. These solutions will lower the high cost of energy, reduce the reliance on fossil energy sources and in the end help African businesses to become more cost competitive and lower their impact on the environment by lowering their carbon footprint.




A.P. Moller Capital has completed its first investment in Kenya with the acquisition of the Nairobi based thermal power plant Iberafrica. A.P. Moller Capital acquired the 52.5MW Independent Power Producer (IPP) from Naturgy.

A.P. Moller Capital has acquired Iberafrica Power (E.A.) Limited (Iberafrica) in Kenya from Naturgy

The acquisition of the entire issued share capital of Iberafrica, one of Kenya’s leading IPPs, is part of A.P. Moller Capital’s efforts to invest in infrastructure assets including power and energy in Africa. The acquisition provides A.P. Moller Capital with an effective platform to advance its investment commitments in Kenya. A.P. Moller Capital is planning to invest further in greenfield and brownfield power and energy infrastructure assets in Kenya.



A.P. Moller Capital has acquired Impala Energy Holdings (Impala) which has comprehensive experience and capabilities as well as a strong pipeline of opportunities within captive power projects. Together, Impala and A.P. Moller Capital, through the African Infrastructure Fund, will focus on supplying clean and reliable power in Nigeria.

A.P. Moller Capital to focus on clean and reliable power in Nigeria

Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy and home to Africa’s largest population, has significant power supply challenges. About 55% of the population has no access to electricity, and the biggest hindrance to business in Nigeria is electricity constraints.



The offer made by Zambian Transmission LLP, a CDC Group plc and an A.P. Moller Capital-backed entity, for shares in Copperbelt Energy Corporation plc (CEC) has lapsed as a result of non-fulfilment of certain conditions precedent.

A.P. Moller Capital’s offer for Copperbelt Energy Corporation lapsed

CDC and A.P. Moller Capital wishes to thank the management team of CEC, its shareholders, and the various Zambian governmental representatives and agencies who have supported the transaction. A.P. Moller Capital will continue to look for opportunities to expand its portfolio of investments in Zambia and other African countries in the future.



A.P. Moller Capital’s Africa Infrastructure Fund has together with CDC Group plc (CDC), the UK’s Development Finance Institution, made a bid to acquire a majority stake in the publicly listed Zambian company, Copperbelt Energy Corporation (CEC).

A.P. Moller Capital and CDC Group (CDC) make bid to acquire Copperbelt Energy Corporation

CEC is a leading Zambian power transmission, distribution and generation company and a major developer of energy infrastructure in Zambia. CEC owns, operates and maintains power transmission as well as generation assets and supplies electricity to customers in Zambia.



The fund, with PKA, PensionDanmark and Lægernes Pension, has received commitments of USD 550 million from anchor investors.

A.P. Moller Holding has launched a new infrastructure fund with a focus on Africa

The new fund will focus on investments in infrastructure in Africa to support sustainable economic growth in the region while delivering an attractive return to its
investors. It will be managed by A.P. Moller Capital, and consists of a team lead by four partners, Kim Fejfer, Lars Reno Jakobsen, Jens Thomassen and Joe Nicklaus Nielsen.



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A.P. Møller Capital P/S
Lyngby Hovedgade 85
Kongens Lyngby, Denmark


A.P. Møller Capital P/S (DIFC Branch)
Al Fattan Currency House 2-1502/1503
DIFC, Dubai
United Arab Emirates


A.P. Moller Capital (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
Marina Bay Financial Center
Tower 1, 14th Floor

A.P. Møller Capital P/S is governed and regulated by the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager under CVR number 38284967 and Finanstilsynet ID 23129. A.P. Møller Capital P/S (DIFC Branch) is regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority to provide advice and arrange deals in investments, to support the headquarter in Denmark. A.P. Moller Capital (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., a fully owned subsidiary of A.P. Møller Capital P/S, is exempt from licensing to provide advice on investments to its shareholder.

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Melanie Beck
T: +971 55 588 6592


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T: +45 20 44 93 77


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T: +45 31 42 94 99

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