Accunia puts spotlight on CLOs – despite market jitters

A reputation as a conservative asset manager is to boost Copenhagen-based Accunia's business, according to its CIO. He tells AMWatch how the firm has developed its prize asset, Collateralized Loan Obligations, over the last three years.

Specialist investment house Accunia, which is based in the Danish capital and currently has EUR 2 billion under management, is to sharpen its focus on CLOs – Collateralized Loan Obligations – which in recent years have yielded high returns for clients.

As part of this stronger emphasis on the asset type, Accunia has given the responsibility for CLOs to its CIO, Mads Romild.

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