Nordic Cross Credit Edge hoping for an action-packed 2020

The fund Nordic Cross Credit Edge had a 2019 with both low and high exposure in 2019. Despite good returns, founding partner Joakim Stenberg is hoping for a more action-packed 2020 for the young fund.

Joakim Stenberg, founding partner of Nordic Cross Asset Management. | Photo: PR / Nordic Cross Asset Management

Though many will look back at 2019 with a feeling of having left a busy and eventful year behind them, there are people in Stockholm hoping for a 2020 with high volatility and more dips in the market than in 2019.

The corporate bond fund Credit Edge is constructed to profit from long periods of steady return in the high-yield credit market while, at the same, being able to opportunistically take advantage of situations in the market where liquidity is under pressure and corporate bonds are being dumped at low prices.

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