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Swedish hedge fund shuts as founder heads to London

Stockholm-based money manager Sean George is winding down the USD100m hedge fund he created as he steps down as chief investment officer of Strukturinvest for a new role outside Sweden. Aside from his work in asset management, George is known for having shone a light on the issue of racial bias within the Sweden's banking industry.

Sean George stepped down as the CIO of Strukturinvest on Friday. | Photo: PR Strukturinvest.

Stockholm-based money manager Sean George is winding down the USD 100m hedge fund he created as he steps down as chief investment officer of Strukturinvest for a new role outside Sweden.

George is repaying investor capital as he closes his Hamiltonian Global Credit Opportunity Fund, according to a statement on Friday. The credit fund had been shortlisted in the 2020 HFM EuroHedge Emerging Manager Awards.

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