Institutional worry about portfolio resilience benefits Swedish hedge fund

Hedge fund manager Lynx has recorded "stronger than normal" inflows year to date. With a majority of the capital coming from the US, the manager now sees stronger interest from Nordic investors, Partner Martin Källström tells AMWatch.

Martin Källström, senior managing director & partner, Lynx Asset Management | Photo: PR / Linkedin

When Swedish hedge fund manager Lynx Asset Management published the mid-year review for its strategy called the Lynx Program, it noted having experienced significant inflows in 2021.

Alongside a return of 3.62 percent in the first half of the year, the managed futures strategy’s assets under management rose to USD 6.45bn.

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