Quant manager hires quartet from now-defunct IPM

Stockholm-based hedge fund Lynx Asset Management brings on board investment researchers and a chief risk officer from a manager previously owned by Catella that shut down during the spring.

The team from IPM now joining Lynx Asset Management | Photo: PR / Lynx

Swedish quantitative asset manager Lynx has brought in four people from the recently closed hedge fund IPM.

The manager has hired IPM’s former Chief Risk Officer Elisabeth Frayon as head of independent risk control and Mattias Sundbom as principal quantitative researcher. Senior Quantitative Researchers Tomas Lundström and Daniel Ishak complete the quartet.

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