Qblue partners up with London firm for new Article 9 fund

Swedish, Danish and Singapore-based investors are already onboard as the fund launches.

Bjarne Graven Larsen, CEO and Founder of Qblue Balanced

Qblue Balanced, the Danish asset manager founded by the former ATP CIO Bjarne Graven Larsen, is entering into another partnership to launch an Article 9 fund.

This time, the collaboration is with UK asset manager Heptagon Capital, which runs out of London. Qblue and Heptagon's new fund officially launched mid-January with USD 140.5m to invest, and is a sub fund within the UK manager’s USD 8bn Irish UCITS fund umbrella.

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