Capital Four wants to become more relevant to existing clients with its US expansion

Becoming more relevant to existing clients is the primary purpose for Copenhagen-based credit boutique Capital Four's expansion into the US. It's a fully-funded five-year plan, CEO and co-founder Sandro Näf tells AMWatch. 

Sandro Näf, Capital Four's CEO and co-founder. | Photo: PR/Capital Four

Earlier this week, Capital Four announced hiring Jim Wiant as a new partner to establish and lead a US expansion.

The EUR 15bn Copenhagen-based credit boutique, founded in 2007, is the largest independent European sub-investment grade credit investor. Now, Capital Four plans to expand into the more than USD 2trn high yield, loan and CLO credit market.

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