CapMan raises EUR 110 m and plans investments in Danish firms  

Private equity investor CapMan has raised EUR 110 m for its Technology 2007 fund and plans investments in 15 Nordic companies including Danish software firms
CapMan, one of the leading private equity investors in the Nordic region has raised EUR 110 m (USD 139.4 m), for its CapMan Technology 2007 fund at first closing. CapMan plans to invest the money in 15 Nordic companies some of which will be Danish software and consultancy firms. The Finnish based fund initially invested most intensively in its home country, but since 2000 when it established office in Copenhagen, and later in Stockholm and Oslo, Danish companies are gradually gaining a bigger slice of investments.
Tommy Valther Hansen, investment director at CapMan says: "We are interested in companies which are well on their way, generating a turnover and looking for expansion capital so they can venture into international markets." Hansen declines to disclose which Danish companies CapMan has in its sights, but says the new fund will have more focus on Denmark than previously.
CapMan continues fundraising for its Technology 2007 fund which is targeted at EUR 150 million (USD 194 m). The equity investor's portfolio comprises some 60 companies. One of the most recent firms to be added to the list was Denmark's ScanJour, a developer of electronic document management systems, which gained a DKK 30 m (USD 5.1) investment. The news was reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen and on CapMan's website.

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