New hedge fund launched by Brummer & Partners veterans

Two investment managers who used to work at Brummer & Partners hedge funds are starting their own multi-strategy fund in Sweden.

Photo: Olivia Nielsen/FinansWatch

Antiloop Hedge will invest across asset classes, using a combination of strategies including global macro, long-short
equity and tactical allocation, according to the asset manager’s website.

Anna Svahn, who is a venture capitalist, is joining forces with Karl-Mikael Syding, who has worked as a portfolio manager and senior partner at hedge fund Futuris Asset Management.

Martin Sandquist, who co-founded Lynx Asset Management, will also work at the new fund. Syding and Svahn are well known in Sweden for their podcasts on investments and finance. Lynx is part of the Brummer portfolio, while Futuris -- a former Brummer vehicle -- was wound down.

Brummer & Partners closed its Carve vehicle last month, after suffering deep losses. In March, it shuttered the long-short equity fund Bodenholm Capital.

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