Eureka! SEB discovers profitable fixed-income strategy

Not every fund celebrating its first birthday can boast of an explosive capital inflow -- and a nomination in two award categories for European hedge funds. But that is the case for SEB's fixed income relative value hedge fund, which was only launched in January 2018.

Bo Michael Andersen and Tore Davidsen (right)

The Eureka fixed income relative value hedge fund was launched by SEB with approximately DKK 1 billion (EUR 134 million) in January of last year, and already has DKK 2 billion in assets under management.

"Let's just say that we are quite content with the way things have developed over the past year," says Bo Michael Andersen, CIO of the Eureka fund.

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