Robur loses tech fund manager to Brummer & Partners

The Swedish hedge fund manager is introducing a new tech mandate in its multi-strategy fund. This means Robur's flagship fund Ny Teknik fund is without a manager for the second time since 2019.

Henrik Nyblom leaves Swedbank Robur for Brummer & Partners | Photo: PR: Swedbank

Nordic hedge fund giant Brummer & Partners has poached Swedbank Robur's portfolio manager Henrik Nyblom. He will be given a new tech mandate of SEK 1.5bn (EUR 150m), initially within the hedge fund manager's flagship vehicle Brummer Multi-Strategy (BMS), which is set to be launched during the spring of 2022.

The new mandate will be market neutral and focus on long/short equity positions in Nordic tech companies primarily, but Nyblom will also get to invest across the European market.

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