Fund manager wants to disprove old-school finance in new fund push

Boutique manager NZS Capital has launched a global equity fund in the Nordics, together with its distribution partner Jupiter Asset Management. The fund utilizes an investment framework that sets it apart from common business school approaches, the co-founder explains in an interview. 

Magnus Jahnke, Jupiter Asset Management Head of Nordics, and Brad Slingerlend, NZS Capital co-founder and fund manager. | Photo: PR / Jupiter Asset Management

Last year, EUR 69.1bn UK asset manager Jupiter Asset Management bought a minority stake in the US-based boutique manager NZS Capital and initiated a distribution partnership for the latter's active equity strategies. 

In an interview with AMWatch, Jupiter's Head of Nordics, Magnus Jahnke, says that NZS Global Growth strategy is now available in the Nordics via a Jupiter branded vehicle and that he has high expectations for it.

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