Danske Bank Wealth Management teams up with quant pioneers in new multi-factor fund launch: "This was an unique opportunity"

Denmark's largest asset manager has wanted to provide clients with access to an external, customized multi-factor strategy with a sustainability overlay. Danske Bank Wealth Management's investment trio assesses AQR to be one of the best managers for this job and is pleased with the ability to discuss and share research, insights and ideas with the US-based asset manager for in-house managed risk premia products, they tell AMWatch.

Pictured (left-right): Global Head of Institutional Clients, Atilla Olesen, Head of Risk Premia Thomas Otbo and Co-CIO Christian Heiberg. | Photo: Poul Christensen Photography

In December 2019, a new fund in Danske Bank Wealth Management's product offering saw the light of the day.

Unlike other investment strategies in the EUR 200 billion asset manager's product catalog it is a so-called 130/30 investment strategy.

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