Capital Four is planning several new funds

The credit boutique manager is planning multiple credit funds to cater to clients eager to make bets on riskier debt products.

Sandro Naef, Capital Four | Photo: PR

Sandro Naef, the co-founder and CEO of EUR 11.9 billion (USD 13 billion) Copenhagen-based money manager Capital Four, says there’s “strong demand from my clients for structured credit or for private debt.”

Capital Four recently went on a hiring spree to bring in bankers from JPMorgan Chase & Co. and BNP Paribas SA, among others, to make sure it has the right skills to design the kinds of investment products clients want.

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