DNB fixed income sales joins Swedish hedge fund

Adaptive Hedge Fund Management has hired new co-portfolio manager for its fund Adaptive Paradigm Alpha.

Arin Kamangar | Photo: Adaptive Hedge Fund Management's LinkedIn

Adaptive Hedge Fund Management has recruited Arin Kamangar, according to a post on LinkedIn.

Kamangar, who was previously in fixed income sales at DNB Bank, will be a co-portfolio manager of Adaptive Paradigm Alpha alongside chief executive officer Alexander Hyll.

Adaptive Paradigm Alpha is a long/short equity market neutral hedge fund based in Linkoping, Sweden. Along with Anders Lindell, Ulrika Weghammar and Sebastien Bjerhag joining the board, the recruitment is a key step in Adaptive's expansion, the fund said.

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