Award-winning fund of funds plans investment spree

A Nordic fund of hedge funds plans to make several changes to its portfolio in bid to maintain momentum. Head of Hedge Funds Jeppe Blirup knows what he wants to add – and what the red flags are for managers within the space.

Secure Spectrum's Head of Hedge Funds Jeppe Blirup speaking at the Danish wealth manager's investment seminar about the asset class. | Photo: PR

Wealth manager Secure Spectrum wants to add more strategies to its fund of hedge funds, Secure Hedge.

Earlier this year, Danish Secure Hedge was crowned the best Nordic fund of hedge funds at the annual HedgeNordic Awards, ahead of Finnish duo AIM Capital and OP’s R2 Crystal Fund.

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