AM consultancy to add more managers to platform amid search for Client Executive

Intervalor seeks to onboard asset managers with unique skills within parts of fixed income and alternatives, according to CEO and industry veteran.

Intervalor CEO Anders Bladh (picture) is interviewed by Jonathan Furelid who is a freelance communications consultant. | Photo:

Stockholm-based Intervalor, which was founded by Anders Bladh in 1992 to connect global investment managers with Nordic investors, wants to add new asset managers to its platform.

More specifically, Bladh, who is still CEO, wants to grow within parts of fixed income and alternatives, he says in the podcast Allocator's Corner.

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