Credit market dysfunction in Sweden brings benefits to some

The dysfunction in Sweden’s credit market is creating opportunities for investors ready to take advantage of murky pricing and unreliable liquidity.

Photo: Carnegie Fonder/PR

Niklas Edman, a portfolio manager at Carnegie Fonder AB, says that market features such as illiquidity, a lack of transparency and price volatility are "not only a risk or threat, they can also pose an opportunity."

Given the current state of the Swedish credit market, Edman, who helps oversee about USD 9bn at Stockholm-based Carnegie Fonder, says that "one should be compensated for these risks, perceived or real, by higher spreads."

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