Spanish asset allocators' "extensive use of funds" lures Danish credit boutique to the Iberian market

Spain is one of Europe's most attractive fixed income markets, according to Absalon Capital Chief Portfolio Manager.

Klaus Blaabjerg has worked at what is now considered a domestic peer group BankInvest, Sparinvest and BankInvest with credit as a golden thread. | Photo: PR / Formuepleje

Absalon Capital, which is part of Danish asset management company Formuepleje, has launched its two credit strategies Absalon Global High Yield and Absalon Emerging Corporate Debt in Spain.

According to Chief Portfolio Manager Klaus Blaabjerg, Spain represents one of the most attractive fixed income markets in Europe. Additionally, he describes the Spanish market as a good structural match for the two bottom-up credit strategies.

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