Mærsk-owned shipping fund ready for more vessel acquisitions in 2018

Navigare Capital Partners, which counts the Maersk family among its owners, is ready to buy more vessels for its shipping fund using pension money. The company is also working to get foreign investors into a new fund.

Henrik Ramskov is managing partner at Navigare Capital Partners. | Photo: Navigare Capital Partners

Navigare Capital Partners, with members of the Mærsk family as its main owners, is ready to buy more vessels for its newly founded shipping fund.

The investment firm was launched last year and is owned by a circle of five partners, with A.P. Møller Holding CEO, Robert Mærsk Uggla, sitting on the largest share.

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