OE Capital prepares for post-pandemic world with new partnerships and physical meetings

Swedish placement agent OE Capital has gained two high-profile clients in the space of a month. The firm hopes an improved pandemic situation with will result in the institutional community having more physical meetings again. New EU regulation coming into effect soon will also open doors, founder Magnus Oscarsson tells AMWatch.

OE Capital founder Magnus Oscarsson | Photo: PR / OE Capital

Stockholm-based placement agent and advisor OE Capital recently announced collaborations with two international asset managers. It started with alternative credit manager PennantPark, which was subsequently followed by the announcement of a deal with emerging market manager Eastspring.

This means OE Capital will market these companies' funds to the Nordic institutional community.

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