Swedish hedge fund signs new analyst

Alternative manager recruits analyst to its "specialized investment team".

Christoffer Ahnemark (middle) completes transfer to Origo ahead of the closing of the transfer window. He joins his new team after the Euro 2020 championship. | Photo: PR / Origo

Stockholm-based hedge fund manager Origo has recruited analyst Christoffer Ahnemark from Aktiespararna, the world's largest membership organization for private individuals who save in shares and funds.

He transfers to the firm in August, having spent the last few years being responsible for creating portfolio suggestions and equity analyses for the membership organization’s magazine, Aktiespararen. With this recruitment, Origo is "shifting gears and going on the attack", the company says in a statement.

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