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Capital Four sees new German office spearheading its private debt lending platform

Capital Four's new German sales office could very well be a way to strengthen credit boutique's hold on the German private debt market, partner and head of business development, Jakob Gammelgaard, and Capital Four's new head of client relations for Germany and Austria, Jan Albers, tell AMWatch.

Jakob Gammelgaard, partner and head of business development and Jan Albers, Capital Four's new head of client relations for Germany and Austria. | Photo: PR/Capital Four

Earlier this week, Capital Four announced the opening of a sales office near Frankfurt. With EUR 2bn in assets under management, the German market is the largest outside Denmark for the EUR 15bn Copenhagen-based credit manager.

Besides getting closer to German investors, the new office could very well be a spearhead for Capital Four's Northern European private debt platform, partner and head of business development Jakob Gammelgaard tells AMWatch in a double interview with Capital Four's new head of client relations for Germany and Austria, Jan Albers.

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