Evli believes 'Nordic angle' of its new leveraged loan fund will spark foreign interest

"A floating rate high-yield credit product fits in well in the markets at this point in time, when there is a lot of speculation about accelerating inflation and the direction of long-term interest rates," says Jussi Hyyppä, head of loan strategies at Evli.

Jussi Hyyppä, head of loan strategies and portfolio manager at Evli. | Photo: Evli PR.

Finland-based Evli has launched a new leveraged loan fixed-income fund, which it has been working on since September 2020.

Head of Loan Strategies and Portfolio Manager Jussi Hyyppä explains that the fund follows a flexible investment strategy.

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