Working at Abu Dhabi Investment Authority laid the foundation for Swedish managers’ new strategy

Years at senior roles at Abu Dhabi’s sovereign wealth fund taught two Swedish managers a lot. Their experience culminated in the creation of a multi-asset strategy to manage their own money, something they are now aiming to bring to the wider public.

Jens Olsson and Robin Thörn met working for the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority. Decades of experience has led to them setting up a multi-asset strategy to manage their own money, but it's a strategy they believe fits a broader public. | Photo: PR / SilverDome Investment Partners

Two experienced Swedish professionals started their own investment company last year, having moved home after many years spent working abroad.

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