Danish asset manager Othania in defensive phase with systematically traded funds

A reallocation of capital from equities to bonds in the beginning of this month has helped boutique manager Othania's model-traded funds to thus far remain in positive territory.

Vincent Dilling-Larsen, CIO of Othania. | Photo: Othania/PR

Danish boutique asset manager Othania has succeeded in navigating volatile markets in March.

In the last week of February, the systematic model, 'Tiger', designed by Othania, decided to switch investments out of equities into bonds. The reallocation helped two funds – Othania Invest and Othania Etisk Formuevækst - stay in positive territory, reports investors' newssite

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