Investment professionals back in business

Bjarne Graven Larsen, former Chief Investment Officer at Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and ATP, and a team of “experienced investment professionals” are founders of a new asset management company, based in Denmark.

Bjarne Graven Larsen

The new “systematic asset manager”, Qblue Capital A/S, will launch it’s first product in a few months – “a multi strategy risk premia fund – investing across equities, fixed income, commodities, and currencies,” the asset manager writes in a press release:

“Based on our collective experience, we want to help institutional investors achieve their objectives by developing and delivering robust and sustainable investment solutions with superior risk-adjusted returns at an attractive price”, says CEO and Founder Bjarne Graven Larsen.

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