AM founder started painting during Covid-19: "It's one of the few times I can drown out everything else"

When Danish society went into lock-down because of Covid-19, owner of Advice Capital Lars Fetterlein produced 75 paintings in three months. "When the market was really struggling, the worst thing you could do was to look at a screen all of the time."

Photo: Iben Schmidt / FinansWatch

In a first-floor apartment in central Copenhagen, the owner and founder of the asset manager Advice Capital Lars Fetterlein provides advice for the investment company Advice Invest company alongside his coworkers.

If you go up a couple of floors in the same building, you'll find a studio on the 4th floor and further down the hallway, something resembling an exhibition space with art of the walls and painting gear. This is where Fetterlein paints away, when he's not busy scrutinizing stocks and figures.

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